The Diary of A Booking Clerk – Exit Miss Jackson…..

I am that guy who sets an alarm for things I deem as important. I have once set an alarm to remind me to set an alarm for a function I was to attend. I have an alarm to remind me to change the alarm tone for the wake up alarm in the morning. This... Continue Reading →

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The Diary Of a Booking Clerk – Back to Base

Nairobi can be quite hot despite buildings dotting every little available space. The void caused by the absence of trees is filled with vehicles parked all over every inch of that free space. The roads are not safe neither are the streets, verandas or parking bays. Simply put, you can't escape the sweltering heat from... Continue Reading →

The Diary of a Booking Clerk – Miss Jackson

Zombie Mondays: this is that Monday after an extended weekend abusing your intestines and other internals with all sorts of alcohol, soft drinks, foods, various shades of lipstick and perfumes. Sweat is considered a perfume in certain quarters. To make it on such a day, you have to set your alarm into more than five... Continue Reading →

Travel Report to The Nyege Nyege Festival in Jinja, Uganda courtesy on Modern Coast – Report by Saif Kutif 31st August, 2017

Part I : Mombasa to Nairobi   Am sitting idle (like I always do) and running "errands" on Facebook and its there that I come across a post on Modern Coast's page stating their "willingness" to sponsor 4 guys to Jinja in Uganda for the third edition of NYEGE NYEGE international music festival. I comment... Continue Reading →

The Diary of A Booking Clerk – Karma Visits

Playing Tupac's 'Changes' got me charged this morning as I checked in passengers into the early morning departures. This job requires a bit of influence. Its akin to touting since you practically have to herd passengers into the waiting buses, you have to counter check before releasing buses to make sure no booked seat goes... Continue Reading →

The Diary Of a Booking Clerk, Day 2

Getting to work on this day, I felt like I was becoming part of the organisation. I had become a guru of manifests and ticketing though I was still restricted to a desk behind the tickets and parcels counter. I had been able to solve what I believed were technical issues involving deferred tickets, cancelled... Continue Reading →

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