We arrived bright and early for the tour on the tea planation which started off with a fantastic introduction from Fiona on the farm's history. The tea we drank with the home made cookies was fresh and full of flavour. The walk through the farm and then the nature trail was not only informative but calming to the spirit.
Lunch was laid out simply and was also very well done. The variety especially for meat lovers left a lot to be desired but all in all, the food was tasty. The much raved about home-made ice-cream did not disappoint though the vanilla seemed rather popular and ran out quick. The fruit salad also ran out but that was not replenished.
The wooden, stiff, classroom-like chairs that are put out for lunch for the guests could do with some upgrade.
If you are looking for a nice way to spend your Sunday, this is one of the things you can consider. Temper your expectations a little bit and the fresh air under the Kenyan sun will do you some good.
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