Saturday, November 26, 2011

It's boobie time! With Avril and Marya.

Avril Nyambura
Our local stars Avril and Marya are creating awareness for breast cancer. Lets face it, we've all heard the cancer awareness messages, but have you ever had the opportunity to have your breasts examined by me? 

Marya
Because there is no cure at this time, awareness is the primary way to decrease the number of people who die from breast cancer, so I feel I should also do my part. Many breasts are already being examined by me, but I feel I can't cover the whole of Kenya, so I am now offering an alternative to the infamous breast examinations by yours truly. So if you have been on my waiting list for way too long, here's my advice: just do self-exams!

Monthly breast self-exams are a good option for all women who aren't being examined by me. Women who regularly examine their breasts become more aware of how their breasts normally feel. They are more likely to notice changes that could be early signs of cancer. It's best to check about a week after your period, when breasts are not swollen or tender. If you see or feel a change in your breasts, see your doctor immediately.

See for yourself how simple it is and hey, boobs could really use your support, so please show you care. 


And now that you have had your breasts checked, here's a definite club banger from two of Kenya's hottest female artists...get ready for 'Chokoza'...enjoy!

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Why Kenyans do it better

Kenyans do it better
In my post earlier this month, I explained why some tourists better stay out of Kenya. Today, I would like to show you an example of the kind of tourists we would like to have more of in Kenya.

Alexander Oswald, a Head of Marketing at Nokia, travelled to Kenya with his family. The driver on their safari showed him how we are working with mobile solutions in Kenya in our daily lives, including mobile payments and text-based information systems in agriculture and education. He then shared his positive experiences in Kenya at TEDxAustria. You can watch the video of his talk below.

The video got a lot of views on YouTube and very positive comments over the past few days. It is actually great marketing for Kenyan tourism and Kenyan businesses.

Alexander is very happy about the amazing feedback on his TEDxAustria talk and curious to see where this is going to develop. He is pleased that the video is touching the heart and pride of people in Kenya.

Alexander is a very kind man with his heart in the right place. He has been thanking people on a individual basis through Twitter and collectively on YouTube.

 

I would love to know who his safari driver was - the driver should be honoured as a great marketer of Kenya. And Alexander, please come back to Kenya soon. Our government should waive visa fees for families such as yours (and prevent the entry of tourists such as Jamjam222). Karibuni tena!

Friday, November 4, 2011

Why some tourists better stay out of Kenya

Picture from a Mombasa travel report
Apparently, the Kenyan tourism industry is being hit by some recent insecurity developments in the region. Well, I wouldn't mind if a particular breed of tourists would stay out of Kenya. I have already shown you earlier how some tourists discuss the qualities of our Kenyan girls.

And today I am revealing that Major Grubert is promoting his Kenya travel reports through some "innocent" videos on YouTube. Major Grubert provides tips for men looking for enjoyment: tips about codes of behaviour and warnings for “rip-offs”, about prices and hotel suggestions through to the appropriate addresses and links with further information. Such information cannot be found in any travel guide. The reports are not simply travel guides for single men, they provide information for all those who have always wanted to know how things function – to simply have the best looking girls when on holiday, at the best destinations for single men. And yes, Kenya is featured prominently in his travel reports. Have a look at the YouTube video below, just showing Mombasa's nightlife. And then do as I did: call all your family and friends and tell them to keep their girls out of Mombasa at night.

 
Grubert in Kenya: Mombasa Town and the beaches is a double CD with video, covering bars and discos, nightlife, girls, action...
Contents:
Report: Including more than 1,200 photos from all walks of life. Information, tips, tricks, prices. Detailed sex guide with everything that should be included.
  • The outbound journey and safety tips. 
  • Out and about in Mombasa. 
  • Town hotels and prices. 
  • Nightlife in and outside of the town. 
  • A detailed introduction to the Tembo Disco, Casablanca Club, and Casuarina Bar. 
  • Various Kenyan girls and what they are like. 
  • Numerous photo sessions with the most talented of girls. 
  • A visit to the more southerly beaches: Likoni, Shelly, Tiwi, and the Diani Beach. 
  • Advantages and disadvantages of the hotel facilities. 
  • Out and about in the car. 
  • Nyali, Bamburi Beach, sun, and sea. Beach Hotels. 
  • Numerous tips – exchanging money and “plastic cash“, shopping, mobile phone, naïve or just a butterfly?, inoculations and health, hotels etc. 
  • Out and about in Mtwapa. 
  • Prices and how to deal with the girls. 
  • Means of transport in Mombasa - Taxi or Matatu. 
  • Beach life. 
  • Eating in Kenya – what, where, and what it costs. 
  • The beau ideal of the Kenyan girls. 
  • A threesome with Grubert’s nurse and her girlfriend. 
  • How and where the girls live. 
  • Snares and stumbling stones. 
  • What to avoid. 
All richly pictured with numerous specials about the various topics.

Kenya is a beautiful country with beautiful girls. Why can't we just keep it like that without Kenya becoming a sex tourism destination? Or is this really what our girls want?