Discussion in 'TBT' started by Meria Mata, Sep 21, 2017.
memories are made of this.
ilikua na melodies kali sana
I had completely forgotten about that watch.
My alarm 'clock' in high school.
Ndo zile simba zisikule
Back 2010 I used to sell to a kamzee hapo Kijabe and he used to bury the bottles in the shamba. The place is ever freezing cold and pple would rather consume tea,porridge and soup in a makeshift hotel than take alcohol.
Mercedes Benz W111.
This man has a priceless gem.
You're lying, it's a chevy
Angalia hiyo upskirt vizuri.
Pole leo sikupin. Nimekuwa on field trip whole day.
An informal poll conducted in Britain found this song MOST SUITABLE for playing in ambulances.
....maybe to give the patient morale as he/she is being rushed to hospital.
Notice how old cars had thin A-Pillars and edge-curved windscreens(front & rear), so looking ahead kama unataka ku-overtake against on-coming traffic was much easier.
Good observation. Witnessed a few near-misses where the A-pillar was the cause of obstructed view.
Really, we should try it in kenya too
@Meria Mata you never disappoint.
A pic worth more than a thousand words.
True @Meria Mata there's no bar in the town hosting the hospital and the one at the top next to the highway where you branch off. But the surrounding ridges have pubs and "waminyotas" trek to them to irrigate their parched throats.
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