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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF KANGAIMWITI
76.5% of kangaimwiti's followers are female and 23.5% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 1.30%. The average number of likes per post is 293 and the average number of comments is 16.
56.36% of the followers that engaged with kangaimwiti regularly are from Kenya, followed by United States at 12.73% and France at 3.64%. In summary, the top 5 countries of kangaimwiti's posts engager are coming from Kenya, United States, France, United Kingdom, Rwanda.
Kangaimwiti loves posting about Travel, Food, Fashion, Hair & Beauty, Celebrities.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR KANGAIMWITI
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF KANGAIMWITI
- Children & Family 56.83 %
- Beauty & Fashion 54.89 %
- Business & Careers 54.24 %
- Travel & Tourism 49.03 %
- Art & Design 46.57 %
- Photography 45.52 %
- Entertainment 41.47 %
- Fitness & Yoga 39.27 %
- Cars & Motorbikes 38.98 %
- Clothes, Shoes, Handbags & Accessories 37.29 %
- How-to & Style 36.65 %
- Music 36.41 %
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 36.14 %
AUDIENCE COUNTRIES OF KANGAIMWITI
- Kenya 56.36 %
- United States 12.73 %
- France 3.64 %
- United Kingdom 3.64 %
- Rwanda 1.82 %
Nothing deep here. Just love and gratitude to you all for your support. May the new season bring exactly what you're asking for, and the grace to grow through it all 💛. God's blessings on you. Amen. . . . #worldsbestgelato #gelato #dondoligelateria #dondoli #italy #sangimignano #kayaway #travelgirlboss #essencetravels #blackgirlabroad #girlabroad #kangaitravels
I've been spending some downtime thinking about what I'd like to share today. After all leo ni Christmas and it's the season for sharing messages of love and hope. And so I felt that the memory behind this image would fit kiasi 😁... The Shoes on the Danube Bank is a memorial that was created to honor thousands of Jews who were killed during World War II in Budapest. They were ordered to remove their shoes before they were shot to death, and their bodies fell into the Danube and were carried away. I got the chance to visit the city (and the memorial) in late September this year, during a period of time that easily was the most difficult in my life. And yet my personal challenges at the time could never compare to the atrocities committed against an entire group of people almost 75 years ago.. . And so today, during the holiday that commemorates Jesus' birth, I pray that anyone reading this will remember how blessed you are to be alive today, whether or not you're surrounded by people who love you. You are breathing, your heart is beating, your mind is working, your soul is alive. Unlike the thousands of people who continue to be killed the world over just for being themselves, YOU are still here. You are loved. You are blessed. You are highly favored. You are not alone. You are needed. Your dreams and visions and work and passions and hobbies and thoughts are needed. You are beautiful. You are holy and righteous, and you are a blessing. Your life means the world to Jesus. He was born today, but still he died to save you. So please take courage in the fact that YOU matter. And you're worth it all. . . Have a beautiful Christmas my loves. .. 💛 K.
This weekend has been beautiful. Yesterday I spent the better part of the day with 12 women (image #2) who are a part of my little travel group. At first I really wasn't sure whether anyone would show up - I mean I just wanted to hang out with them, drink wine and talk about grown woman shit. And then THEY ACTUALLY CAME and I was so happy I felt like crying. What I discovered is that these are women who in some ways need love, rest, compassion, understanding, and gentleness, and reminders that they too can achieve whatever they put their minds to. And guys these women are strong, fearless, brave, and getting shit done. I went to bed happy. And today, I spent eight hours with three friends breaking down what the new decade will bring us, as one of #TheFour - an initiative that I am praying will bring much needed transformation and new beginnings into four very different lives in the new year. I was really really scared that this wouldn't work that time when I first asked y'all who would want to be a part of something like this. But I can't continue to let fear have a hold in my life and so I'm glad that I'm walking into the new year with women whose goals are so different and diverse, spanning four different industries, business structures, personal and professional goals. Women I am learning from. Women who are ALREADY making moves in their industries and want to grow even more. Women who inspire me to work harder, get up and grind, with no excuses. This weekend was awesome, and I'm blessed. . . . . If you want to be a part of your own group of people who will have zero excuses in the new year, why not reach out to your friends? Or even acquaintances or pals you've made online? Find your tribe of people whose sole aim is to get y'all productive and actively moving towards your goals in the new year, if that's your sort of thing. I love y'all.. #blessed #2020 #2020goals #2020vision #inspired #girlpower💪 #girlpower #gobigorgohome #gobig
(2) My mini guide to Budapest continues 🤗🤗 (I'll try to be more frequent with these as I can, lakini vile the past few weeks imenipeleka ni Yesu tu Amen)... . . ***By the time I got into the city center it was about 8pm. I checked in quite easily as English is widely spoken, which eased my anxiety quite a bit. Also, getting around was super easy via Google Maps - we thank God. I stayed on the Pest side - about 10 minutes from the Danube. It was also very close to a bunch of restaurants and bars, and my dinner was about €6. There was also a supermarket about two blocks away, so I went ham on veggies to cook over the week. . . ***My sim card was still working, and it’s at this point that I realized that we’re being screwed over in Kenya. (I used 14GB in a month, and there was still data left over. Safaricom is lying to us.) . . ***There’s a variety of cuisines available in Budapest. I took a bunch of walks and found Italian, Thai, Mexican, and American restaurants, and of course there’s fast food. Supermarkets have everything you need, from breakfast things to meats and veggies and breads and rices and pasta. So if cooking is your thing you’ll be ok. Hungary also has a love affair with paprika, so make sure to try their traditional local foods like ghoulash. . . *** Safety and security in Budapest is not an issue at all. After Athens I was undoubtedly worried, and on high alert. I didn’t need to be, as I felt the most safe and secure in Budapest than in many places I’ve traveled to. Also noting that I got back to my hostel unscathed and untouched after a pub crawl where I don’t even remember getting back - yeah- I think it’s safe to say that I was safe there. . . #budapest #hungary #kayaway #ststephensbasilica
Let’s chat about Budapest shall we? Welcome to my mini-guide to Hungary's capital 🤗🤗 . . ***Getting in was easy - I flew in from Athens via Wizz Air- Hungary’s budget airline. It was on time, although the cost was rather high as I needed to check a bag (€129). One reason for this is because Athens doesn’t get as much traffic tourism-wise as its islands. So it’s actually cheaper to connect to the rest of Europe from islands like Santorini, Mykonos, Crete, Rhodes etc, than from Athens. Another reason- I bought it almost last minute, so that’s kinda my fault. But if you know me, you know that I prefer travelling without a plan… going where the heart leads. Sigh… I miss Asia and its cheap connecting flights. Anyway, I landed at about 6pm, and getting through the airport was a breeze. . . ***Getting into the city from the airport was super easy. Right after exiting the baggage area, there’s an information desk on the left. Here you can buy an express bus ticket into the city center for 900 HUF (~330/-) on bus №200Е, about 50m from the main doors at arrivals (there are signs, and people will direct you very clearly). It takes you into the city center in about 30-45 minutes. There are other options as well like the express train, taxis, car rentals, Bolt, etc. I also bought a 7-day public transit travel ticket for 4950 HUF (about 1800/-) that allows unlimited access to trains, trams, buses, etc within the city center for a week. . . ***It’s wise to switch your euros or dollars to forints, mostly because many places prefer cash to credit/debit cards (1/- = ~3HUF). Some will also accept these currencies, but they’ll give you change in forints (using a more expensive exchange rate). A good exchange rate is about 330 forints per euro. Best place to switch is within banks or at the airport if you’re in a bind. Some places do accept credit/debit cards (thank you Starbucks, and supermarkets) so you won’t be stranded. Just make sure to pay in the local currency (and not in KES) so that your bank is the one that determines the exchange rates, not the purveyors of whatever you’re buying. . . #budapest #hungary #kayaway #travelgirlboss #essencetravels #instatravel
(4) My mini- guide to #Athens continues... . . ***Athens is close to many islands. I got to visit three - Hydra, Aegina, and Poros (also in my stories 👆🏽👆🏽). I booked a one-day cruise for €95 including a scrumptious lunch on the ship, just to scope out which island I'm buying a house on one of these fine days 😉.. It took about 1.5 hrs to get to Hydra from Athens, and then about an hour each between the other two. I also made a sweet friend from New York on board- how fun. . . ***For the cruise, just ask your hotel for more info or Google them. There are quite a few companies offering these sorts of deals, and to different islands too. There are even tours to islands like Santorini, Rhodes, Mykonos, etc, but these are more expensive. I really wanted to visit Santorini or Mykonos but they are suuuuuuper pricey and my bank account pointed at me, laughing. It was not meant to be this time around.. . . ***The island I loved the most - Hydra was also rather expensive - per night a BnB costs €90, and a hostel (if you're lucky) about €50. Plus getting to most of the BnBs required an uphill hike over cobbled streets and I was just imagining that with a suitcase.. Yeah no.. The island doesn't have cars- it reminds me of Lamu btw.. Just donkeys for transport and maybe a few horses. There's therefore barely any exhaust fumes in the air - we thank God. . . ***The islands are quaint and super easy, relaxing, and GORGEOUS. Plus, as always, the FOOD was divine. I wanted to stay there longer just to imagine my adulting problems away but alas - life moves on and I'm not about to become illegal in the Schengen area. . . ***I have found the Greek people to be welcoming... Very sweet and accommodating, willing to explain things to you. The language is Greek (see what I did there? 😉) but that's to be expected - so come having learned a few key phrases. Google is your friend. . . And that's it for Athens!! A big thanks to @agapitos_papadimitriou for making my stay in Athens lovely. You reminded me that I'm still young and sprightly. May all your fencing opponents quake at the thought of facing off with you. 😁 . . #athens #greece #kayaway #guidetoathens #essencetravels
(3) My mini- guide to #Athens continues.. . . ***I decided to stay in a hostel during my first week there, to manage costs. I stayed at @thanasisplace which was excellent value for cash - I think I spent 10K for 7 nights, including breakfast. Plus Alisa and Thanasis (the hostel owners) are such sweethearts. AND the night I was attacked Thanasis bought the whole hostel dinner and wine - such a WOIYE!!! The hostel is about 1.5km from the city center, and has a bus stop right at the front. There are few really nice spots close to the hostel such as Lycabettus Hill (best view of Athens, especially at night 😉), and a bunch of restaurants. And every Tuesday there’s a fresh food market a block away where you can get some of the yummiest fruits and veggies in the WORLD!! Plus it’s also a block or two away from a number of supermarkets. . . ***I also stayed in a couple of AirBnBs (pictured) during my second week mostly because I needed to be away from people. It’s a good idea as well, since it’s also quite affordable. And I had access to a comfy (huge) bed, a kitchen all my own, Netflix, QUIET… it was lovely! . . ***Nightlife is crazy, and it helps going with a friend. I went with a friend of a friend who graciously showed me around, and we managed to visit two clubs while there. The first had some nice (read: black people) music playing and the DJ manze props zote my friend. But the alcohol is hella expensive especially if you want a table. And some guys came and evicted us from our table (ati they were hot shots - hot shots my African fluffy bootay!!) THEN they had the audacity to come ask me to dance (one guess what I told them, and the word "ass" was definitely involved). Anyway, they've an entire section of Athens that’s really well organized, with clubs surrounding a square. And it’s called Giza (GHAI). I had a GOOD TIME 😁 . . ***The Greek man is lovely to behold. PHEW!! Nothing more to be said.
(2) My mini-guide to #Athens continues... . . *** In Athens, it costs €10 to get from the airport to the city center using the Metro (blue line). Once there, you can buy another metro ticket (they’ve got different options) that allows you to use the buses and trains. I got the 5-day unlimited ticket for €9, then topped up as necessary, using cash or cards. . . ***Carry Euro if you can (change it before you leave Kenya), and credit/debit cards (widely accepted, so no worries here). However, avoid using ATMs that are not attached to a bank- skimming is common WEH! . . ***I also got a Vodafone sim card for about €34 that got me 14GB of data (half in Greece, half anywhere in Europe) and 120 minutes of talk time in Greece, lasting a month. Excellent value for someone like me who needs to be connected (for work mostly). Beware - the guys at the airport will want to charge an extra ~€15 to "set up" the card, which means they will want to change the language to English. Save your cash and get it done at the city center for free. . . *** Safety and security in Athens is questionable. I’d strongly and deeply suggest getting an anti-theft bag (I got mine from Amazon) that’s lined with metal, as well as always ALWAYS keeping your valuables in your bag or in your room locked away. I was jumped, and if I didn’t have the presence of mind to beat that man’s ass to the ground he’d have gotten away with my phone, my passport, my wallet with all my credit/debit cards etc etc… Be safe! . . ***Food- it’s delicious. Go and eat everything. Plus some neighborhoods have weekly markets where you can buy fruits and veggies for cheap- I bought a 3kg watermelon for 150/-, 6 nectarines for 100/- etc etc.. And I don't know how but God put extra flavor in Greek food because it's ALL yummy.. 🤤🤤🤤
(1) My mini-travel guide to Athens! 🤗 Totally unasked for, but someone may be blessed with this message Amen. . . *** Flight into Europe- y’all know I love a good deal. I was able to get my flight (NBO-FCO) for a whopping 45K return with KQ (and on a nice plane this time, so at least there was space and my neighbours knees weren’t poking my ribs). I bought my flight directly from KQ via MPesa (I think) and not through an intermediary or OTA. . . *** Visa- I actually applied for and got mine from the Spanish embassy, and it cost about $90. I particularly prefer applying via the Spanish embassy because they’re extremely straightforward and quick. Plus the application center is like 5 minutes from where I live 😁. I applied for my visa on a Friday and got it back about 6 business days later. (Note that once you’re in the Schengen area you can visit any of the countries within the area without going through immigration again). . . *** I landed in Rome in the morning, went through immigration, and then my flight out to Athens was in the evening. Fun fact- the guy in immigration thought I was a runner… me and my fluffiness were honoured. Take note when booking ‘local’ flights the same day as your international flight, because if one is delayed (and especially if this is KQ) they won’t honour the next flight if you miss it. And guess what happened? Of course KQ was late- landed at 10:45am (instead of 9:30am) and I had almost booked the 10:30am flight to Athens. I booked my flight with Aegean- Greece’s flag carrier. Classy airline, and they gave us snacks. Yay for snacks! #athens #greece #kayaway #travelgirlboss #essencetravels #kenyantraveling
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