Lake Nakuru National Park: February 25th, 2016 We all get out of the jeeps for a stretch at the gate of the park while our entrance fees and admission applications are being taken care of. First thing I notice is the heat. We make small talk about the heat here compared to Samburu. We are... Continue Reading →
What Kenya did to me: Ol Pejeta, Part 3
We left Samburu a bit late due to the leopard that was lounging in the tree with his tail dangling down. The rangers finally made all the vehicles leave so the big cat could have some peace. It was back on the road for our next destination: Ol Pajeta Conservancy, three-and-a-half hours away. February 23-... Continue Reading →
Foreword I am a very fortunate individual. I have had an equal dose of reward and tragedy, enough to push my boundaries and give me the mental strength and agility to stay ahead of the curve ball of life. However, my two weeks on the African continent changed me more than my previous forty-eight years combined.... Continue Reading →
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