Monthly Archives: December, 2016

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EnglishPoint Marina

Since it was officially opened early this year, EnglishPoint Marina has been the centre of attraction with both local and international tourists coming to Mombasa to…

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Seronera from the Skies

Olias tells me about the short grasslands. “The ash from the fallen mountain that made the Ngorongoro caldera, makes the soil mineral rich. And “it’s why…

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Gorgeous Galu from Lantana

There are no pirates lurking beyond the coral reef, no sharks near the shores nor sand flies on these pearly beaches. As the sun goes down…

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The Artisanal Trend

World wide, the retail market’s buzzword in recent years has been hand-made. Big retailers have understood the artisanal trend in shopping and made their shops look…

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Court Battles for Wildlife

While the battle continues for the shutting down of ivory trading, the fight goes on in source countries to tackle poaching and trafficking. In July 2016…

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An August Mission

Americans are known to be gregarious, confidently calling their country ‘the land of the free’ and the British are known to be sarcastic, grumpy but quietly…

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A Tale of Three Graves

Two years ago, a chance meeting in the middle of the Mara between two strangers inspired this little story. I met a remarkable traveller – she…

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Models of Conservation Garamba

By Kes Hillman Smith, Jose Kalpers, Luis Arranz & Nuria Ortega I’ve been dancing with Doctor Kes Hillman Smith, zoologist, for a few years now and…

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