A Kenyan hotel bus has surfaced online, leaving Kenyans with mixed reactions. If you are an avid Hollywood movies watcher, you have probably come across these kind of mobile hotels in a film. So what exactly are bus hotels? These are buses, which are fully equipped with a functioning normal kitchen, just like in any normal hotel.
There is the kitchen area, and the customer area, where they are served anything that is on the menu. Does it mean customers are served and eat while on the move? Not necessarily, what happens is that the bus is driven in a certain area, serves customers in that area, and when done it drives to another area in such a pattern.
So in no circumstance are customers served inside while it is on the move. It is good to know that Kenyans are slowly adapting to western culture in terms of entrepreneurship, and it is just a matter of time before this becomes a trend in the country.
See reactions from netizens after the pictures were shared on Facebook's Let's Cook Kenyan Meals group:
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