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The Korogocho Stare

I’m in Korogocho, one of Nairobi’s largest shanty towns. Here, in poverty and extreme disrepair, live 180,000 people. Korogocho is divided into villages. They...

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Kenya shifting to a more Sustainable Inclusive Tourism Destination?

When we hear the word Sustainable everyone seems to think its something very big. When I first heard of Sustainability…I too thought it was something very big and at...

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Live the experience of a reporter. Leave with US

Reporter’s Life: the world of a reporter that’s open to everyone The world. If you want to see more than what books can show you and you want to live it and feel...

Kenya: 7 day itinerary

Let it be known that I have a weakness for velvety beaches, turquoise blue waters, and cloudless skies. I also happen to love David Attenborough’s Africa, and am...

Exploring the Empty Masai Mara…Wait, What?!

Most years, the beginning of the migration (wildebeest and zebra galore!) would have coincided perfectly with our arrival in the Masai Mara. Except this year. When it...

Dik-diks, Giraffes, and Sundowners: Amboseli National Park & Tortilis Camp

Amboseli spoiled us a bit, as we were not expecting to see as much as we did. Including some dik-diks, which were totally unexpected but very much appreciated!...

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Falling for Baby Elephants — David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust, Nairobi

I didn't really think that I would be so enthralled with the baby elephants. We had just finished 8 days of game drives, which included lots of elephant watching....

Through the eyes of the maasai – 5 reasons to visit a maasai village

Of Kenya’s 42 tribes the image of the Maasai is the most iconic as one of the only tribes in the country who still retain their traditional way of life – making...

A few of my Africa sketches

I do not take photos when we travel, but I do try to sketch what I see. I have been to England (well, I am English!) France (where I live, Belize (where we have a...

5 ways to enjoy travelling on business

Having been in Nairobi, Kenya for a week now I can’t tell you a whole lot about it – I’m here on business for the first few weeks of my trip, organising a large...

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