Posts Tagged: East Africa

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Friends in My Yard (Part Three)
April 28, 2017
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Hey peeps! I’m taking a brief break from my usual travel chronicles. But not to worry, they’ll be back in no time. If you have been around this blog for a while you know by now that I’m an avid birder. These feathered creatures of all sizes are so interesting. There’s so much to be […]
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A Hiker’s Heaven: Namanga
April 13, 2017
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As I said in my last post, I’m increasingly getting addicted to travel. If you’ve had the chance to travel a few times, you know what I mean. Going to new places is always exciting, more so when it’s out in the wild – nature is therapeutic to the mind and soul. Don’t believe it? Try […]
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Day out at Kisames
April 4, 2017
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I am increasingly becoming addicted to travelling. Whether it’s a day trip or several days of camping, I’m more likely to take the opportunity when it presents itself rather than decline – especially when it involves being out in nature. There’s nothing like it. It’s therapeutic to the soul. Nature is unpretentious- what you see […]
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Bogoria and Nakuru Waterfowl Count with Nature Kenya
March 21, 2017
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In my previous post, I let you in on the importance of wetlands to birds. Carrying on with the narrative, today’s post is about the Lake Bogoria and Nakuru waterfowl census as I had promised. Sometime last year, a friend informed me about the census and urged me to register. I intended to but forgot […]
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My Nature Kenya Experience
March 1, 2017
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There are things we wish we had discovered earlier because they are so amazing. It’s only in May of last year that I discovered Nature Kenya, even though it’s been in existence for ages, since 1909 actually, when it was founded as the East African Natural History Society. It is a non-profit conservation organisation that […]
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Road Trip to Suswa
February 13, 2017
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Before I started blogging, I hesitated a lot. I didn’t know what I’d be writing about. Being just another blogger was something I feared greatly. Going with the crowd and following trends has never been my cup of tea. As such, it took me very long before making the first post. But a good friend […]
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Conquering Mt. Longonot
February 3, 2017
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At the beginning of this year, one of the things I really wanted to do was travel more. When you come to the realization that life is happening every day, enjoying it becomes important. There’s no point in waiting for the day that everything will be ‘perfect’, when you’ll have everything, to finally enjoy life. […]
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Friends in My Yard (Part Two)
January 23, 2017
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A continuation of the series covering my favourite subject: birds. As promised, here is Part two! And I won’t tell you too many stories. Dig right in… Hadada ibis Another noisy one! It gets its name from the loud “ha-daa-daa!” calls. It has glossy feathers on its flanks and a prominent red at the top […]
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Friends in my Yard (Part One)
January 17, 2017
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Home sweet home isn’t just an expression for me. It’s reality. I happen to live in a very serene area. The air is fresh, surroundings devoid of noise and we wake up to the sound of birds every day. Actually, we hear birds all day long. How cool is that! Cape Robin-chat I love this […]
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Excursion to Ondiri
January 9, 2017
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I value my sleep. And if you’re anything like me, you do too. Don’t get me wrong-I’m not lazy. I respect bedtime and any interruption to this might earn you a bad slot in my book. Sleep is very important for well-being. Somebody even said: “Sleeping is nice. You forget about everything for a while”. […]