The world’s oldest profession is changing and finding strange new bedfellows along the Kenyan Coast.
By Josaya Wasonga
Sex tourism is a monster with many heads, a dragon that cannot be slain in one fell swoop. Tonight is not my night. The clubs are empty. I guess it’s because it’s a Thursday. I’m headed to a local joint that is a favourite amongst Diani residents. My guide, Ali, swears that Beach Road, Ukunda is a tourism hot spot because it’s chock-a-block with lodges, boutiques, cottages, nightspots… you name it – from chic to downright cheap and nasty, all meant to be tourist magnets.
Read more on Sexual healing on the Kenyan Coast – Destination Magazine November 2010…
Heat, Dust and Dreams
Amboseli remains one of the world’s favorite national parks to visit in Africa.
After a privileged visit within her picturesque borders it is not difficult to understand why visitors – domestic and international alike keep returning.
Read more on Amboseli National Park – the land of salty dust (Destination Magazine)…