The Odi-cool Guide to Thika Town

NRB UNDGRND The Odi-cool Guide to Thika Town

The term “odi” is an urban slang (sheng) for ‘ordinary’ but we loved the description on Urban Dictionary!

Odi

A lil African kid with a huge dick and every girl in the world finds sexy and is very strong and beat the crap out of anyone even his wife.

But black girls and Asians.

Dude odi is so cute I would marry him right now.

Anyway…

Thika Kenya The heart of Kenya’s industrial revolution lies in Thika town—Kiambu County. Lying on the compelling confluence of the Thika and Chania Rivers, Thika is home to the Chania Falls, Fourteen Falls on the Athi river and the Thika Falls, with Ol Donyo Sabuk National Park to the southeast.

Here is our “Odi” aka ordinary guide to the best places in town. Just incase you missed our Nairobi Guide, catch up here.

Foodies spot: If you love Swahili dishes and more like we do, Tamu Tamu restaurant is your best option.

*For the street foodies, Thika is the Mecca of grilled pork aka “Pork Choma.” Also try some freshly squeezed juices on this spot outside Madaraka Market in Makongeni. The place is called Kim’s Fruit Cabana.

Fashion Thrift: take a trip to Mukiriti Market on Saturday morning and get yourself a new wardrobe.

*Catch second clothes and shoes from vendors on the streets on late evenings—you’ll find hawkers selling some cool gems on the pavements.

Nightlife spot: Blend Thika. The music cuts across board and the audience is quite mature. Club Image remains an old gem as well.

We BLEND a good one…

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Get Out: Blue Post hotel occupies a 32-acre piece of land and sits between two rivers and two natural waterfalls. The scenic view is just amazing and perfect for the evening romantic stroll or weekend picnic.

Insta Moment: Check out the artsy pimped out Tuk Tuks. Graffiti on wheels.

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