What I found there made me look and sound like a kid in a candy store. the variety of pure leather footwear was overwhelming. The shops are nicely arranged, clean and the attendants don’t even hustle you for the sale.
You could go through their merchandise even make them extract samples from some impossible locations but they wont show any hint of being irritated. I remember this one dude who even helped me fit a shoe that I wound up not buying. The guy went ahead to show me another shop stocking even better footwear. All the time being easy and polite.
Try fitting a shoe in a muhindi’s shop then sema you don’t like it and walk out of the shop bila buying anything. Some will even hurl insults at you as you leave as I found out the other day (now understand why muhindis aint liked much) but I digress. . . where was I . .ahh beautiful affordable footwear. As I said the variety is mouth watering and suits each and every taste. The products may not be genuine labels but they are leather nonetheless. Am so going back. Didn’t take pictures to avoid looking suspicious. .
One of the malls/supermarket/exhibition we walked into even had a food court on one of the upper floors. The entire Neighborhood was abuzz with activity like I haven’t seen before. Though am told its not very safe, my experience was pleasant to say the least.
When the viatu Business was done, ’twas time for fun tumbo times a.k.a dealing with stomach rumblings. Again my pal suggested Greenview Restaurant near Jamia mall. Now whoever the proprietor of this fine establishment is, I salute you. I have never been that satisfied by 300/- before. The plate was literally overflowing with fries and fish fingers and well done at that.
If the owner makes a profit, then all other Restaurants are an elaborate scam. The pics are off the meal I had. Am so going back there too.