Growing up in Kenya has its own sweet memories. If you’re like me, you’d love to re-live the times.
Forget the current digital space where everyone lives online; from meeting up to getting news.
Those were the days when I could go to the shores of Lake Naivasha, fish with a line for a whole day, knowing that I would get a whooping.
Having said that, here’s stuff you’ll relate to
1. Playing “Bano”
Who remembers waking up in the morning and the first thing (even before having a cup of tea) was going to the neighbor’s to wake your mates for a game? Well, I used to be a great student in class (straight number 1 or 2 throughout primary school) but I always found time for this game.
Marbles are still a thing till this day and if you missed out, you can always show your kids how to do it, rather than let them keep wondering what Pokemon is.
2. Hide and Seek
This is the most popular game ever! Literally everyone did it. The only difference in my case is that I wasn’t a huge fan of it. I hand-made toys than the game. However, this is the most relatable game to every boy and girl who grew up in Kenya.