Some good points made here, schools do dictate social circles, you do need a 4 x4 but we’ve had few electricity cuts compared to south africa
It’s a country which boasts beautiful beaches, a cosmopolitan capital and fantastic wildlife. With its rich multi-cultural background and tribal influences, Kenya is full of things to do and places to see and it’s no wonder that the expat community is constantly growing and thriving boasting a strong economy and plenty of opportunities for both families and professionals.
Before you rush to book your one-way ticket, however, here are a few things that you need to consider before coming over, especially if it’s your first time in the country.
Where to live -it sounds a bit obvious I know, but like any city there are certain areas that you should steer clear from. There are two main areas in Nairobi which are the favourite choices of the expat community, and they are Westlands and Karen. Karen is where you are more likely to rub shoulders with the old Kenyan expats…
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