el-molo shrines Lake Turkana Northern Kenya Travel Destinations 

Exploring El-molo Shrines In Loiyangalani, Lake Turkana

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El-Molo is a Masai word meaning people who cannot walk. They arrived in Lake Turkana region in the year 1896 along the Samburu, Masai, Rendille and the Turkana community who inhabited before moving further east and south leaving the El-Molo community behind. Like any other African societies, the El-Molo people who are among the minority tribes in Kenya had their places of worship and where they could pray to God and offered sacrifices for rain, marriage, curse and barrenness. To carry on with their rituals the El-Molo people have four…

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In and Out of Moi University Travel Destinations 

In and Out of Moi University

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Asururiet falls are an important part of the scenery for Moi University and communities around the waterfall. It is one of the best hanging out locations for students during weekends, holidays and during first weeks of campus. During weekends students can be seen flocking to the breathtaking scenery to have a taste of nature near the roaring waters of Asururiet waterfall. Asururiet is a Nandi word which refers to the falling of water from a height. The river which brought this feature into existence originates from Kesses dam. The waterfall…

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chebloch gorge Baringo Travel Destinations 

Exploring Chebloch gorge, Baringo county

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last weekend on Sunday I was traveling from Naivasha to Eldoret via Kabarnet where my friends and I were to attend a birthday party. the journey from Naivasha to Nakuru was a bit long because of the previous day hangover and also the thought that we were going back to our normal lives was boring. On our way to Iten from Kabarnet, we stopped by one of the most dangerous and scary attraction sites in Kenya, Chebloch gorge. The gorge, which the  – Kabarnet – Iten road crosses, was probably…

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