Kenya is a country in Eastern Africa. Its Indian Ocean coast lies between Somalia to the north east
and Tanzania to the south. Its other surrounding countries are Ethiopia and South Sudan to the north and Uganda to the west.
Kenya is the most powerful economy of East Africa and is also a middle income country with a fast growing middle class,
however, it is still a developing country, and so certain aspects of the country's society and infrastructure may come
as a shock to some visitors from developed countries who are unfamiliar with the quality of life experienced by many Kenyans.
Socio - economic inequalities are also observable, with many middle to upper class Kenyans living moderately affluent
lifestyles while many other lower income Kenyans live in squalor.
Kenya has a tropical climate moderated by altitude. It's hot and humid at the coast,
temperate inland, and very dry in the north and northeast parts. Kenya receives a great deal of sunshine all the year
round and summer clothes are worn throughout the year. However, it is usually cool at night and early in the morning.