Once in a lifetime

Adams Arcade

Adams arcade is a small shopping complex that has been around for more than 15 years, it is located along ngong road about 4 kms from the city center, there are a number of shops that have recently been upgraded and other new ones opened which attract between 2 to 5000 visitors a day, who mainly come to shop and use other facilities in the complex,
some of the outlets that attract more people include the Tuskys and Uchumi supermarket, Java restaurant and the Mc frys restaurant.
The shopping area has gained much popularity that the whole area has been named after it, including the opposite side which has nothing to do with the place.
If you are visiting for the first time, you might want to check out the curio shop next to the parking lot just behind the petrol station, it has great collection from the maasai market which includes carvings, african materials, kiondos, hats, bangles etc. at affordable prices.


Tuskys Supermarket
Uchumi Supermarket (behind the center)
Mpesa agent
Mc frys restaurant
Java Coffee house
Kitengela Glass shop
KPLC office
Butchery (fish, beef, chicken)

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Kabiria Satelite

Kabiria covers an area of about 4 sq kms, it is a small residential area 10 kms from the Nairobi city center and about 5 kms from Karen. the population is about 40,000, with 2 public primary schools, 1 public high school and 3 colleges one being named after the the great Paramount chief Kinyanjui.
Majority of the people in this area are poor, living under 5 dollars a day, access to clean water is a major challenge and most families depend on bore hole water.
Despite the few challenges that the area suffers from there is still a lot to see and different ways contribute.
The kivuli center which is a home to more than 100 orphaned children and others from poor families started by Father Kizito is a great place to spend a day playing and teaching the children. other activities include basketball and soccer playing, drama, aerobics etc. behind the center is the Ngong forest, home to hundreds of bird species and great sites to see.

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