1. Kenya is more or less like the Iberian Peninsula, with an area of 582,650 km2.
2. The sector that generates the most income in Kenya, behind the coffee, is tourism.
3. However, among Kenyans, coffee is considered to be a product of export, not for local consumption. His favorites are tea and beer.
4. Kenyans often take hot or hot drinks (beer included).
5. Some of the earliest paleontological records of human history have been found in Kenya.
6. The Great Rift Valley of Kenya was formed about 20 million years ago, when the earth’s crust was broken.
7. Most Kenyans are either very poor or very rich. Very few can be considered as middle class.
8. Prior to marriage, Kenyans still pay a dowry to the groom’s family, which consists of at least 10 cows.
9. Kenyan men are allowed to have more than one wife.
10. Ecologist Prof. Maathai of Kenya won the Nobel Peace Prize in 2004. She was the first African woman to do so.