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There’s nothing quite like reading the morning paper with a steaming hot cup of fresh coffee, grown locally.If you’re looking for something to take home as a gift, Dormans offers a wide range of ethically-sourced Kenyan and Tanzanian coffees. You’ll probably find yourself popping in at regular intervals, it’s so delicious.

Buying gifts from locals supports loca economy directly, so its a win-win situation. No longer is the house part of a farm, Nairobi having spread since Karen Blixen’s times, but it has been turned into a museum.Head to the Karura Forest and be amazed by its cool serenity, right in the city.With a gorgeous waterfall and many walking and cycling trails through cool forest glades, it’s easy to forget you’re in the city at all.Tea in the beautiful, serene gardens, and a view of her beloved Ngong Hills, will make you feel like you’ve been transported back to those colonial days.Need a break from the hustle and bustle of the city?The San Francisco Portal, which made its first appearance in Hayes Valley in 2015, is opening the door to global communication again at Crissy Field.

You just have to book a reservation online (it's free of charge) to slip into the gold-painted box that's parked on the lawn; you can then have a 20-minutes live conversation with someone who lives on the other side of the world.

Beside the animals, the scenery is pretty spectacular, with varying vegetation, from open grass plains to highland dry forest and riverine forest.

Dams have been made in the park and have added further habitats for the animals and over 400 species of bird that call the park home.

Situated on Museum Hill, a ten-minute drive from Nairobi CBD, lies the Nairobi National Museum.

It was opened on this site in 1930 and closed in 2005 to undergo major renovations, reopening in June 2008.

As in any 'isolated' place, it's preferable not to walk alone. What’s a trip to a new country without sampling the local food?