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Accountable, fair and transparent

Friday, 08 June 2012 10:28 Published in Testimonials

For anyone newly arrived to Kenya, I believe Expat-to-Expat would be a fantastic conduit into your new home. For those (sadly) leaving Kenya, this firm can be trusted to handle any sales or closing affairs in a fully accountable, fair and transparent manner.

Mera, working with a major NGO, Nairobi (6 June 2012)

Posted by Expat-to-Expat on behalf of Mera

Why I imported a car

Thursday, 24 May 2012 06:49 Published in Expat to Expat Blog

Many expats come to Kenya for a couple of years for work, anticipating an adventurous lifestyle with regular safaris over the weekends to admire Africa’s wildlife. Others are planning to build a new business in booming Nairobi and again others have been around for a while, and are not planning to leave the country any time soon…. All these people are likely to at some point be looking to buy a car.

A day out with your children in Nairobi

Monday, 30 January 2012 06:11 Published in Expat to Expat Blog

Mid-term is around the corner!
Below is a list of activities and short trips, enough ideas to consider for a morning or afternoon of fun. Feel free to leave suggestions using the comment field below.

FUN and PLAY

  • Jolly Roger Theme Park
    Playground, bouncing castles, small restaurant/ bar - relax with a drink while your children play. Location: Next to Mamba Village Langata North Road, Karen Estate
  • Amani ya Juu (website)
    Playground for the youngest, small restaurant/ bar - relax with a drink, snack or light lunch in the quiet garden while your children play. Nice souvenirs/ small presents for sale in the Amani ya juu shop. Location: Junction Riverside Drive/ Kileleshwa ring road, next to Prime Bank, Kileleshwa Estate
  • Splash Water World
    Swimming pool. Location: Langata Road, next to Carnivore Restaurant

Kenya car ordeals

Thursday, 29 December 2011 11:18 Published in Expat to Expat Blog

- Buying a car in Kenya -

If you have been an expat in Kenya and you drive your own car, you may have experienced the hassle of having to find a car from one of the car bazaars or sale yards, e.g. along Ngong Road. If on top of that you are also a Mzungu(1) and even if you know something about cars, you may still have felt treated like a complete idiot. In my experience – even when showing off with my modest knowledge of cars – the bottom price a sales persons would quote for me, always turns out to be 100-200,000 Kshs higher than when my Kenyan friends inquire about the very same car. The irony is that even my Kenyan friends are never sure if they are being ripped off.

© Expat-to-Expat 2012. Developed by Kontent. Photography: Caroline Langevoord.