Living in Nairobi with my husband and friends, we're always on the look-out for little trips not too far away. I was always interested in the colonial history of Kenya, and when I found out about Kiambethu Farm, I immediately booked a lunch. It was one of the best days I have spent in Kenya. The scenery is absolutely breathtaking, and Mrs Vernon is a perfectly lovely hostess. We had an excellent lunch in good company, and an information talk and visit about the farm, and the industry of tea in general. Mrs Vernon's love for the place shines through everything at the farm. It was a breath of fresh air from the dirty, noise air of Nairobi, and it is definitely somewhere I will go back too before leaving Kenya.
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