Kickin' it Kenya
"Together We Thrive"
Culture of Kenya
Christian-Protestant 45% (This includes the Anglican Church of Kenya)
Roman Catholic 33%
Indigenous Religions 10%
Lamu is a small island with roots from the 12th century and is "Kenya's oldest continually inhabited settlement". Arabian, European, and Indian style buildings cover the land and citizens dressed in traditional attire roam the streets. Lamu is a place full of history and doesn't have normal technology, so it is a peaceful and beautiful island.
Nairobi is Kenya's capital city and was once British East Africa's capital as well. There are many amazing attractions, such as the Nairobi National Museum and things concerning wildlife. There are many places you can see nature at hand, and you can also see historical monuments in Kenya's largest city.