Tuesday, 22 July 2014

MAASAI MARKET (part 2)

Hi lovelies....

My network is down, in case you visit this parts of Kenya, don't bring work here, its a real ''beautiful hustle''. which just so you know i would never trade it for anything in the world, which just leads to the need to share with you this cultured town (Narok ---> Maasai Mara)

anyway......

this is the part two i promised of the Maasai Mara, thanks for your responses on different mediums and your comments here #kisses

Enjoy......



I loved the night lams lots :)


Animal Wall hangings

the round things are actually like boxes, *idea, you can use such beautiful crafted boxes to store your rings and tiny earrings.
The tiny bowls are for your spices and salt. those i am so getting by the way :)

My mum wants me to go back for the ''mwiko'' (large spoons)

Another item i am going back to get :) #teamSeedBeads
The ultimate birthday gift for my best friend +Leah Wangari
ever had money to shop but the problem was making a decision.

 
This scared my brother....

MAASAI MARKET DAYS
Monday -There is usually no market  on this day.
Tuesday – Kijabe Street Park next to Nairobi River and Westgate (suspended )
Wednesday – Capital Center along Mombasa rd
Thursday – The junction Mall along Ngong road
Friday – The Village market along Limuru road
Saturday -The High court parking in the city Center opposite Re-Insurance Plaza
Sunday -Yaya Center along Valley Road in Hurlingham
- See more at: http://www.kenyanpoet.com/2014/04/04/the-maasai-market-open-days-schedule-in-nairobi/#sthash.7zJ4BkdZ.dpuf
TUESDAY- Kijabe street park

WEDNESDAY- Capital center along Mombasa road

THURSDAY- Junction Mall

FRIDAY- Village market

SATURDAY- High court parking (city center)

SUNDAY- Yaya center (Hurlingham)


Monday -There is usually no market  on this day.
Tuesday – Kijabe Street Park next to Nairobi River and Westgate (suspended )
Wednesday – Capital Center along Mombasa rd
Thursday – The junction Mall along Ngong road
Friday – The Village market along Limuru road
Saturday -The High court parking in the city Center opposite Re-Insurance Plaza
Sunday -Yaya Center along Valley Road in Hurlingham
- See more at: http://www.kenyanpoet.com/2014/04/04/the-maasai-market-open-days-schedule-in-nairobi/#sthash.7zJ4BkdZ.dpuf
Monday -There is usually no market  on this day.
Tuesday – Kijabe Street Park next to Nairobi River and Westgate (suspended )
Wednesday – Capital Center along Mombasa rd
Thursday – The junction Mall along Ngong road
Friday – The Village market along Limuru road
Saturday -The High court parking in the city Center opposite Re-Insurance Plaza
Sunday -Yaya Center along Valley Road in Hurlingham
- See more at: http://www.kenyanpoet.com/2014/04/04/the-maasai-market-open-days-schedule-in-nairobi/#sthash.7zJ4BkdZ.dpuf


Thank you for stopping by :)

Keep in touch

XOXO

Ms. Shee Art

14 comments:

  1. I love the traditional pieces and the beads are stunning. Hopefully I can visit Kenya some day and purchase some of the traditional jewelry.

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  2. Oh WOW! That market looks wonderful, I would have a field day there!! So many gorgeous things to buy.

    Allie of ALLIE NYC
    www.allienyc.com

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  3. true girl, visit and hopefully il crash your field day :)
    XO

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  4. you should dear, the artists are the best :)

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  5. Morag and Julie23 July 2014 at 03:49

    The Maasai Market looks incredible!! Those things that look scary to your brother look all out scary to me too! D: ;) Haha! Love this post and hope you get network back soon :) xx
    www.junkjournal100.blogspot.co.uk

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  6. Jackie Harrison23 July 2014 at 04:21

    Amazing pictures and cute little guy.
    http://tifi11.blogspot.com

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  7. it is incredible dear, XD thank you for the love
    XO

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  8. oh my God the night lamps, want want want!


    road2tilda.blogspot.com

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  9. ikr, and the options are varied.... visit this place :)

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  10. This looks so fun! I would love going to unique markets, but unfortunately we don't have many where I live. I love those wooden kitchen utensils!

    roseylittleme.blogspot.com

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