|1 Summer dress in a chain store||$31.20|
|Local draught beer||$1.84|
|Gasoline (1 liter)||$1.33|
|Water bottle (0.33 liter)||$0.60|
|1 Pair of men leather shoes||$44.42|
|Monthly Pass (local transport)||$43.14|
If you are getting in the city from JKIA, Nairobi’s international airport, you will get to the city by Mombasa Road. This is the highway that connects Nairobi and the Kenyan Coast. On this road string of industries and remarkable buildings hide residential areas. A skyscraper one cannot afford to miss is the Panari, Kenya’s first transit hotel. Still on Mombasa Road, one can easily round the city’s outskirts easily. For instance, when one gets to Nairobi’s Bellevue accessing Nairobi’s south is simpler. On getting at the old popular City Cabanas, navigating to Nairobi’s east is at a clock’s tick. Cheap flights to Kenya are available by using Kenya Airways which lands at the JKIA airport.
The road connects straight ahead to Nairobi’s west at the Uhuru highway roundabout and easy to spot is the Nyayo national stadium. The national stadium is a facility that has benefited some of our athletes and makes ground to nurture upcoming talent. Our colorful Rugby games and local soccer are usually held here and that brings the entire city to together and to a standstill. People around usually play about all the roads leading to Nairobi. She is certainly not the cleanest in East Africa but the hygiene is up standard in the Central Business Area, fondly referred to as the CBD. Tourists can enjoy cheap flights to Kenya by buying air tickets from the country’s embassy in their homeland.
Transport is easily accessible on a 24 hrs basis and relatively affordable. The roads have been greatly improved and we boast of the Thika super highway one of its kind in East and central Africa. It has eight lanes connecting the city to different regions in the country. Perfection on roads is yet to be achieved thus once in a while there will be a bumpy ride and most certainly slow moving traffic that begins from 5 p.m.
There are registered cab companies that offer these services and private individuals who revel on the same trade. Accommodation in Nairobi is cheap, whether one wants to sleep in the city or outside. Cheap accommodation arrangement is in Nairobi’s downtown and even then one will hardly be disappointed. There are splendid hotels in Kenya such as the famed Stanley Hotel, and whoever is helping one tour the city will gladly offer suggestions.