Welcome To Ngoma Travels

Hey Earthlings, How are Your Holiday’s going?

I know, I am finally launching my Travel Page…

It has taken me some time to get here. I have decided to bite, the bullet and stop doubting myself and take a leap of faith.

I said in my last Catch Up of 2018, I will be finally launching this page. Most of the content will be coming next, hopefully just working on some collaboration with some travel companies.

So I can give you great content, and contacts of the places, I visit so you can plan your own trip.

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My vision is a series of posts and hopefully, YouTube videos, shameless plugin subscribe to my channel.

That will eventually, grow into it’s own website. Fingered Crossed Earthlings

I am venturing into my one of my passions which is traveling. At the moment, I can’t travel the world and start ticking places off my list with no funds the moment, but I am saving up…

I decided why not start in my own backyard since I got a fuelled car and access to most of the places we’re going to write about.

The theme of most of my posts will be, off the beaten path, for adventure seekers, some eco friendly places, some luxury places to carter to the ones who love the finer things in life and extra change to spend, less touristy places. In addition to the most important to show you my beautiful city, and country.

Coconut Water

I am going to write about, my experience in those places, won’t sugar coat it if I didn’t like the place, give my readers the facts.

About Ngoma Travels

The name Ngoma came from my shoes although it does mean, music is Swahili…..

I kept on thinking of a name, that had something to do with my shoes and walking cause. I am letting out my wanderlust spirit and letting it lead me around. To discover, document and experience new places, people and culture. 

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About My City

I was raised in a sunny, tropical, Island of Mombasa city, which is in Kenya…yes I am an island girl although I wasn’t born here.

Mombasa is off the coast of Kenya. It is heavily influenced by the Arab’s and Portuguese, even though Kenya was colonized by the British.

What I love most about my city is the buildings, the Swahili doors are my favorite thing.

The people are nice, friendly and happy to help. I think 50% are Muslim the rest are Christian, Hindu.

The coast is divided into three main parts The Mainland, The North coast and The South Coast.

Mombasa was part of the salve trade, sad but true most of the slaves that ended up in Europe passed through Mombasa.

Mombasa is filled with culture, and traditions that go back generations, same as the rest of Kenya. But coasterian traditions are heavily Arabic/Swahili influence.

That’s a little history of my city come on an adventure with me…..

If you want to learn more about the history you can always google..

Signing Out Ramblings Of A Kenyan Girl

Song Of Post: Live And Die In Africa by Sauti Sol

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