This building is like Tardis, because you don't know how big or how many artworks it is. The museum is in the middle of the city, just below the main train station and the subway station, and next to the cathedral is a stone. The building is full of floors, walking back and forth everywhere, almost no corners and gaps, it is full of sculptures and paintings, we stayed there for 21/2 hours, but can stay longer, I am not sure We can see everything. We especially like the Pop Art floor and all the different works. There is another cafe that we didn't go to but looked good.
This is a place where the money is robbed. It is brought by the driver. Each car is $50. The chief collects the money. A group of young people sings and dances with everyone. Then they take them apart and take them into the Maasai home. The low house is still burned. Isn't it carbon monoxide poisoning if you burn firewood? Halfway through, I started to consume, and then visited the market in their village. In fact, it was some handmade products without a price tag. My daughter picked a few and settled it. It was so expensive. The last one was a small flamingo and a small stone plate. The opening was $90. In the end, it was sold for $50, which I always insisted. The bracelet bought by my friend for $50 was only $5 at the Nat Lake Hotel, and Natron Lake is a real Maasai tribe, free to watch...
There are a few dozen households living in the village, all of whom moved nearby. Because they are relatively backward, I hope people will interact there. Their houses are made of wood and they can live there.
There are still many Maasai people living in this cultural village who live very primitively. They are completely different from our way of life. You can come and feel it
It's ok, the development is not very good, it's normal.