Friend visiting from the US and I took a trip out to visit these two side-by-side workshops. We thought we'd stay an hour or two but ended up staying about three. There are small and large pieces of art everywhere and you can't go the same way without noticing something new. If you like quirky and whimsical, you'll find a little slice of heaven here.
We loved watching the artisans churn out glassware in Anselm Hot Glass and we also enjoyed watching the people next door work on their different projects.
Getting there is straightforward with a good driver. Our driver has a sedan and we had no problems in May, but I could see that in April it could be difficult without a 4x4. Trip was about 45 min. from Kilimani in low traffic on a weekday.
You can get to Rolf's from there, but be sure you ask a couple of different people for directions as we set off down a track that led into the camel enclosure. Doh! The walk should take between 10 to 20 minutes.
Use the bathroom at Anselm, not the pit toilet next door.
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