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Saturday 16th August – Collapsed in Kembu

Last night’s meal was fantastic, the campsite has a pizza oven within the bar area and we enjoyed, garlic bread, pizza and chocolate brownies and custard, all washed down with the obligatory Tuskers beer. 616 more words


A Farewell to Flamingo?

(Originally published January 2014)

It wasn’t too long ago that there was a fear Lake Nakuru may be drying up. A severe drought during 2009-2010 led to a disappearing lake and the majority of the lake’s flamingo population relocating elsewhere. 210 more words

photos from the just concluded prinsloo's Nakuru rugby 7's

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It rained cats and dogs,but still skimpy dressing by ladies could be observed,che

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Travelling to the Bathroom of the gods

I travel to Kisii often. Every Kisii worth his salt travels to Kisii often.  It is my home. Somewhere within those green bushes that cover those tiny hills, my umbilical cord is buried. 1,032 more words


Lord Egerton's Castle

Lord Maurice Egerton Tatton, the fourth, and last Baron Egerton of Tatton (1874-1958) , I know, it sounds like a name from the “Game of Thrones” or “Merlin” and the medieval nature of the astounding citadel helps this cause.   34 more words


Agricultural Resource Centre (ARC) Hotel, Egerton University, Njoro

ARC Hotel is a 3-star hotel within the Egerton University originally started to support research at the University but has carved a niche of its own over the years.   203 more words