About this Blog
To great parts, this blog is about the heritage of Kenya, her age-old history and traditions reaching far back to the onset of the Cradle of Humankind, her today’s sons and daughters welding the future of the nation, and her eternally present natural richness and beauty.
But “Road and Studio Stories” also reflects on the thoughts and views of the people who are carrying the idea of “The Treasures of Kenya”, and who make it live and grow through their spirit, their skills and their visions.
And finally, this blog is a log book which gives an account on the progress and happenings of “The Treasures of Kenya”, whether right from their physical heart at Hazina House (our Headquarters in Ngong where great parts of the book, the website and the social media channels are manufactured and maintained), from the “Know Kenya” campaign (our drive to supply Kenyan schools and educational institutions with the book) or from our research expeditions that take us down all kind of roads throughout the country.
We hope it makes not only an informative, but also an entertaining and engaging read!
Last technical instructions before you start reading: Please bear in mind that we take due diligence in making sure that all the information we give is true and factual before publishing. However, we can not guarantee for their accuracy. Various people will contribute to this blog over the course of time, we would like to make you aware that all views and opinions shared by authors and contributors to this blog do not necessarily reflect the views of “Treasures of Kenya”.