30 minutes at the mortuary

My daring self never ceases to amuse me. Last Friday, it got stubborn again, this time however for something a nightmare to many. I set out to go to the Nairobi city mortuary, with two other colleagues, we decided to stroll the distance and finally we were at a place, not deserted, but for lack of a better word, de-congested. Speak of a mortuary and … Continue reading 30 minutes at the mortuary

The Masai woman: a true reflection of African Beauty

She is black and beautiful. A black woman’s smile like a two-edged sword cuts the eyes of those who receive it. Her teeth shine through the gloom of her complexion. Even free of any makeups, her clear and dark skin still glitters. Sometimes bold headed, other times with rough, thick and black hair. The Masai woman wears a bead head crown with filaments flowing right … Continue reading The Masai woman: a true reflection of African Beauty