Stantech Motors Shimo la Tewa Rd. (off Mombasa Road) Tel: +254-(20)-530662 )(pilot line) +254-(20)-558460-1 +254-(20)-555249 +254-(20)-552107 Website: www.stantechmotors.co.ke Hi, reader. How are you today? Allow me to deviate from my usual subject of places to go and products to buy and instead tell you about a great auto garage that consistently gives me great service. Today, I’d like to tell you about Stantech Motors, an auto garage located off Mombasa Road (before the turnoff to South B), near Marshalls. Before I get into why I recommend Stantech Motors, allow me first to tell you a little bit about why you … Continue reading Stantech Motors (Auto Garages in Nairobi)
Last April, I was watching some TV in Nairobi, when I came across a new TV station. Truth be told, I had been flipping through the channels a bit earlier in the week, when on my fifth channel, I kept getting an under construction sign. The sign made me think of the message you get on a website that is under construction, and yet, this was on TV. I figured we were to expect another TV station on Kenyan TV. Surely enough, we were. An All-Entertainment TV Station When the new TV station was finally unveiled, it turned out to … Continue reading Metro TV Kenya Becomes Channel 2
(This is the third part of a 3-part series. Here are Part I and Part II .) In parts I and II of this series, I told you about traveling between Nairobi and Kampala using both Akamba and Scandinavia. In this last post, I’ll tell you about Regional, another bus company that serves this route. In my opinion, Akamba and Scandinavia are by far the superior services. Sometimes, though, when these service providers are fully booked or when the service they provide simply doesn’t meet your need, Regional is a third option to be considered. Before I tell you anything … Continue reading Nairobi to Kampala Bus Trip, Part III
(This is the second part of a 3-part series. Here are the links to Part I and Part III .) If you read Part I of this series, then you are already up to speed on Akamba and the services that it offers on the Nairobi-Kampala route. Let’s now move on to discuss Scandinavia, the better of the two remaining services that I plan to discuss.
Update: After more than 50 years in operation, Akamba Bus closed its doors in May 2012. Jump to this comment to find out what my current recommendation of bus operator on this route is. If you would like to know “how many hours from Kampala to Nairobi by bus”, “how long does it take from Kampala to Nairobi by bus”, “how many hours from Nairobi to Kampala by bus”, or “how long from Nairobi to Kampala by bus”, you can find that answer here. This is the first post in a 3-part series. Click here to read parts II and III. Have you … Continue reading How Many Hours from Kampala to Nairobi by Bus, Akamba Bus & More