Category: features

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TheStyleTrain Nuggets: The Place Called HAPPY!!!!

It has been one h*ll of ride this past few week hence my disappearance from the blogosphere, like i always like to remind y’all that THESTYLETRAIN is always here to keep the style train moving. On a rather happy Friday i decided to dress up and show up like the African Style Star that i am, but the devil struck; have you seen a grown man driving for over two hours and crying? (story for another day) the moral of the story is that “are we broken? of course yes, “do we break? HELL NO. 

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That time when i was Pablo Escobar

If you know me well enough you will know that i am about that Colombian drug lord, vintage vibes, there is something about Pablo Escobar’s style that i really live for, from the over sized vintage shirts, ripped denims,dungarees and glasses whats not to love about Pablo Escobar’s style.

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TheStyleTrain Takes UAE: Desert Safari

You know those things that happens ones in a lifetime, definitely the desert Safari falls in that category for me. Apart from the fact that i enjoyed every moment of and the memories will last forever the highlight for me was wearing the traditional Arabian attire we call Jalabia, which took me down memory lane. I bet y’all didn’t know i had a muslim background hence the name Sheik Ibrahim, from the bumpy ride to the different performances by the belly dancers to riding on the camel’s back glad i decided to go on such a beautiful adventure.

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My Wildlife experience in Kigali

Believe me when i say Kigali is one of the most beautiful places to visit in Africa, apart from the fact that my hotel had one of the most amazing views you can ever imagine overlooking the whole city (popularly called the city of many hills) every corner of the city definitely emulates beauty. As a travel blogger that i am, i decided to visit to Visit the Akagera Park which happens to be the second largest wildlife park in the whole Africa named after the Akagera River which shares borders with Tanzania.