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You are warmly welcome to visit Mombasa, my second hometown. Why I feel at home here? because of her multicultural character same as Rotterdam and many more reasons.

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Mombasa a harbourcity, after the capital of Nairobi, the second largest town of Kenya, situated on the Indian Ocean in East Africa. This multicultural town where I live during a part of the year is also famous because of the tropical white sandy beaches surrounded by waving palm trees.

Did you know Mombasa Town originally was built on an island. In the south you”ll cross the harbourentrance by ferry to Likoni reaching the southern beaches of Diani. In the north you”ll pass Nyali bridge in order to enter the northern beaches of Nyali, Bamburi and Mtwapa.

Nowadays Mombasa Town is situated on a peninsula connected to the mainland by a dam in the west. The highway from Mombasa to Nairobi for about 500 km to go….