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Nairobi National Park, Nairobi, Kenya

“The more often we see the things around us – even beautiful and wonderful things – the more they become invisible to us. That is why we often take for granted the beauty of this world: the flowers, the trees, the birds, the clouds – even those we love. 188 more words


Locking of horns

While staying at Mlilwane Wildlife Sanctuary in Swaziland in June 2012, we came across something oddly called a Wildlife “Interpretorium” and Training Centre. It was a nicely set up combination of animal exhibits with good working space for training purposes. 581 more words

Bush Stories And Anecdotes

On safari

In Swahili, the word “safari” just means “trip.” So, a safari doesn’t necessarily mean heading out into the bush to see animals. For us, however, it meant exactly that. 289 more words


A lovely weekend in town.

It’s hard to explain how tired I am at the end of a week here.  There are so many reasons, but I have found that only my expat colleagues seem to understand how tiring life can be here.  1,947 more words


Nairobi National Park

I still have a lot to write about regarding yesterday, but I really need to think about it first, so today I’m being lazy. I’m writing what is easy to write about, and that is today’s trip to Nairobi National Park. 203 more words


Football, games and a comfy bed: Life for the orphaned elephants saved from poachers and hunters who claimed their parents (and who just love to play) | By Emma Glanfield for MailOnline | 30 Aug 2014

•These are just some of the 101 elephants which have been rescued by the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust since 2001

•Rescued from either ivory poaching, conflict or habitat destruction in Kenya, each is now part of an orphaned family… 542 more words