Haiya, kumbe double decker bus ni 001 development

Meria Mata

Village Chief
#1
The Mombasa county government has partnered with private investors in the launch of a luxury double decker sightseeing bus. The bus was bought by Mombasa sightseeing limited that has a sister company offering educational and historical tours in Kampala. The firm’s business development manager Reuben King’ori said charges will start from sh 3,000.the County’s tourism department said the initiative is aimed at improving the tourist experiences in Mombasa. The department is working with private investors to introduce the double decker sightseeing bus to redefine tourism in the region. The sightseeing bus will offer two trips every day from Monday to Saturday.
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mabenda4

Village Elder
#5
no way
tenga tatu to view the garbage stricken smelly town from a birds eye view ukioshwa macho na swahili tourguide without a clue when mapembe ya ndovu were made or who built fort jesus
Hehehe. I once took an Import to visit Fort Jesus. A Swahili tour guide forced himself on us and gave us a guided tour of the fort with a drug infused narration of the history..... now, coming down from the wall canons towards the mounted cannons near the bath area, there is a shrub......moja ya kiume na moja ya kike....acording to the retard. behind the shrub there is a writeup of the fossil coral stones aged about shit billion years. The weirdo, certainly sure that we couldn't read, retorted...."Hii miti huishi miaka billioni mbili kisha gafla bin chieth, inageuka mawe. Mayangai nilicheka nikaanguka chini.... I gave the rufian his 100bob and sent him away...he called me a Mkundu firimbi and left.
 

Meria Mata

Village Chief
#6
Hehehe. I once took an Import to visit Fort Jesus. A Swahili tour guide forced himself on us and gave us a guided tour of the fort with a drug infused narration of the history..... now, coming down from the wall canons towards the mounted cannons near the bath area, there is a shrub......moja ya kiume na moja ya kike....acording to the retard. behind the shrub there is a writeup of the fossil coral stones aged about shit billion years. The weirdo, certainly sure that we couldn't read, retorted...."Hii miti huishi miaka billioni mbili kisha gafla bin chieth, inageuka mawe. Mayangai nilicheka nikaanguka chini.... I gave the rufian his 100bob and sent him away...he called me a Mkundu firimbi and left.
mbisha ya import
 

Masgwembe

Village Elder
#9
Awesome idea. They'll reap big once the cruise ships start docking with their thousands of sea farers. Transport gridlock ndio sasa they need to unlock so that these busses can operate on a reliable schedule.
 

Masgwembe

Village Elder
#11
CC: @spear
Its ongoing though the project was delayed the last few months due to lack of funds as the nation was experiencing elections jitters. Remember KRA collections deeped by Kshs 40 billion forcing GoK to reschedule payments schedule away from projects to essential areas only.












Its now back on and due for completion next year 2018. Its not a complete new build but a conversion of an old depleted general cargo warehouses to a modern cruise terminal. It was stripped bare to its columns, repaired, reinforced and rebuilt to a beautiful modern terminal at a modest cost of $1.5 million.
2018 is on its last quarter, sijui kama the terminal was completed.
 
#13
Hehehe. I once took an Import to visit Fort Jesus. A Swahili tour guide forced himself on us and gave us a guided tour of the fort with a drug infused narration of the history..... now, coming down from the wall canons towards the mounted cannons near the bath area, there is a shrub......moja ya kiume na moja ya kike....acording to the retard. behind the shrub there is a writeup of the fossil coral stones aged about shit billion years. The weirdo, certainly sure that we couldn't read, retorted...."Hii miti huishi miaka billioni mbili kisha gafla bin chieth, inageuka mawe. Mayangai nilicheka nikaanguka chini.... I gave the rufian his 100bob and sent him away...he called me a Mkundu firimbi and left.
Hehehehe
 

Kimakia

Village Elder
#14
The Mombasa county government has partnered with private investors in the launch of a luxury double decker sightseeing bus. The bus was bought by Mombasa sightseeing limited that has a sister company offering educational and historical tours in Kampala. The firm’s business development manager Reuben King’ori said charges will start from sh 3,000.the County’s tourism department said the initiative is aimed at improving the tourist experiences in Mombasa. The department is working with private investors to introduce the double decker sightseeing bus to redefine tourism in the region. The sightseeing bus will offer two trips every day from Monday to Saturday.
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Idea borrowed from ZA Joburg
 
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