I stumbled into the Fort and Museum (BTW, your ticket to one gets you free into the other and be sure to keep it otherwise they may try to charge you twice). The guide was nice and attentive. It was fascinating to me that this piece of land had been occupied for 4000 years prior by Europeans, Persians, Muslims, Indians, Chinese and others, but the museum nowhere means these occupations, wars or slavery. This is especially interesting since re the upcoming elections this area of Kenya wants independence and according to the guide none of the locals know this history or ever visit their own museum. The Fort gives you some shade and photo opts and showed some interesting architectural elements re firing angles in the walls that I've never seen elsewhere.
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