We have been creating content about Malindi Kenya for close to six (6) years now. We love and we can’t imagine doing anything else. The work is demanding and tiring. Coupled with travelling, writing for Malindi can be challenging (I guess this answers why we do not have a post every other day on malindians.com).
Over the years, We have had many people asking for consideration to post on our blog. Until now, we have always turned down such requests. Working with Archie and Salome has convinced us to give this a try. Experience has taught us that every good thing out there needs guidelines. For this reason, we have come up with a nice set of Guest Post Guidelines to help us guide the way on this new frontier.
So to answer the requests of many, YES!, Effective today, we will be accepting guest posts. We currently do not have a plan to publish a post on a daily basis. However, we have a target of publishing at least an article per week.
Content of Guest Posts
Your guest post must be centered on one of the following topics (at the moment):
- Malindi (Malindi Kenya)
- Recipes of foods from East Africa (Especially coastal foods)
- Culture (Coastal tribes)
- History (Malindi and its Environs)
- People (Notable individuals who have accomplished things within Malindi. These can include leaders, artists e.t.c)
- Sports (This can include news on local sports games, discussions, thoughts or opinions on what is happening on the sports world)
- General information about places in Malindi. This includes attractions, beaches, hospitals, hotels, restaurants, cafes, neighbourhood etc
We do not accept posts that are POLITICAL and those of the nature of an advertisement of a product, business or service or what is an equivalent of a sponsored post. However, we have created a special category to cater for advertising needs for both local businesses and those from outside Malindi town.
Guidelines of Guest Posts
- We cannot insist enough on the importance of originality on all guest posts submitted. All posts must not be previously submitted on any web platform or printed.
- By submitting your guest post, you agree to relinquish ownership rights to the article. Therefore, you agree not to publish or republish it on any platform including your own site or blog. We understand what it takes to write a blog post. Therefore, we will fully give you full credit.
- Your guest post will not contain more than 2 links: One to your blog and one to your twitter account(optional)
- Your guest post should be at least 500 words long and not more
If your Guest post meets the above guidelines, please fill the form below.
Benefits of Cardamon (Iliki) – Spices & foods of Malindi
Many households in Malindi, towns on the Kenyan coast, and East African Coast, in general, like to use the cardamon,...
Katlesi za Samaki – Recipe za Ramadhan
Vipimo vya kuandaa Katlesi za Samaki Viazi – 5 kiasi Tuna – 2 vikopo Carrot – 1 Pilipili mboga – Nusu...
Keki ya Rangi Rangi – Recipe za Eid
Vipimo Unga – 2 gilasi Siagi – 1 pound Sukari – 1 pound Mayai – 10 – 12 Baking powder – ...
Visheti – Recipe za Eid
Wadau wa jiko letu, leo tuna visheti. Visheti ni aina ya kitafunwa, chaweza liwa na kahawa, chai, juisi na hata...
Juice ya embe – Recipe za Malindi
Maembe yaliyoiva 2 Mtindi (yogurt) 2 Vikombe vya chai Maziwa 1 Kikombe cha chai Asali au Sukari ¼ Kikombe cha...
Tambi za Kukaanga – Recipe za Ramadhan
Vipimo vya Tambi za Kukaanga Tambi pakti moja Sukari ¾ kikombe cha chai Mafuta ½ kikombe cha chai Iliki kiasi Maji...
Tamthilia ya Mr. Boniface – Season 1 Episode 6
Tamthilia ya Mr. Boniface – Season 1 Episode 6 Episode 6 katika tamthilia ya Mr. Boniface inazungumzia Mzee Jaro.
Tamthilia ya Mr. Boniface – Season 1 Episode 5
Mr. Boniface apambana vilivyo na wanafunzi watukutu katika darasa lake. Tazama hii Tamthilia ya Mr. Boniface – Season 1 Episode...
Mbaazi za Nazi
What better way to start the day than a warm hearty breakfast? On the Swahili coast in Kenya and Tanzania,...
Music has inspired many to do what they do today. believe it or not, many people can’t survive a day...
Tambi za mapapai – Sweet Coconut Papaya Noodle
Although they originally came from South America, papayas (or pawpaw) have integrated well into Swahili cuisine. An interesting and tasty...
Juisi ya nanasi na tango
Juisi ya nanasi na tango ni moja wapo ya juisi yenye manufaa mengi mwilini. Licha na maoni tofauti, watu wengi...
Mithai (Mitai) – Delicious Swahili Yeast Pastry
While mithai(mitai) is a kind of collective term for various desserts in India, the coastal inhabitants of Malindi and East...
Beans with Coconut milk(Maharagwe ya Nazi)
Not every day on the Swahili coast is Biriani day. But with the right ingredients, even a dish that translates...
Swiss rolls – mapishi ya Malindi Kenya
Swiss roll, ama roll cake, jelly au Swiss log is aina fulani ya cheki zinazojulikana kama sponge cake ambazo hujazwa...
Mikate Ya Maji Ilojazwa Nutella – Malindi Recipes
Mikate ya maji iliyojazwa nutella (crepes), ni miepesi kuliko kawaida. Nutella inatandaza kwa mkate hii na kuipatia ladha murua kabisa....
Pineapple cake – Recipes za watu wa Malindi
The origin of Pineapple cakes is from the Asian country of Taiwan. The sweet fruity cake is made using an...
Bhajia za Kunde
Bhajia za kunde ni moja wapo wa aina tofauti za bhajia zinazopikwa mji ya pwani hasa ya Afrika Mashariki. Kama...
Mutton Pilau – Recipe of the Day
Most people dread the thought of preparing pilau because it is stereotyped as a time-consuming process. Here is a simple...
Easy buns – Recipes za Watu wa Malindi
VIPIMO: Unga wa ngano vikombe 3 1/4 Sukari vijiko 2 chakula Chumvi kijiko 1 chai Hamira vijiko 3 chai Maziwa...