The Great Grevy’s Rally

On 25th and 26th January 2020, Mr Nomad and I had the privilege of being able to take part in the Great Grevy's Rally (GGR).  This was a two day photographic census to monitor the status and health of the endangered and iconic Grevy's zebra, found only in Northern Kenya.  We were to gather photographic... Continue Reading →

Nomadic Family Unit Safari’s – Part Three

Following an amazing few days in both Nanyuki, visiting Ol Pejeta and Mount Kenya Animal Orphanage, and in Samburu, visiting the Game Lodge, the Parks Family were shortly to depart from Kenya so we travelled to Nairobi to spend some time there, before they had to embark upon their journey home. Our day in Nairobi... Continue Reading →

Nomadic Family Unit Safari’s – Part Two

After our successful safari around Ol Pejeta, the decision was made to take the Parks clan to another favourite of ours, Samburu. We duly packed up the vehicles and travelled in convoy once more to Samburu National Reserve. After a quick stop for milk shake at Kissima, the journey was relatively uneventful until we entered... Continue Reading →

Nomadic Family Unit Safari’s – Part one

Shortly after Christmas, we had the pleasure of the Parks family descend upon us. Mr Nomad's mother Trish came to visit along with sister Amy and her partner Vit, sister Vicky, sister Becca and her partner Stacey, brother Richard along with his partner Kirsty and their son, our nephew, Oscar. Having missed our family immensely... Continue Reading →

The Seychelles – Part Two

We left the luxurious Le Bonheur Villa on Mahe Island and took a ferry across to the second largest island of the Seychelles, known as Praslin.  The ferry ride itself was relaxing and took around an hour, gliding over the glassy Indian Ocean allowing us to observe the numerous other islands making up the Republic... Continue Reading →

The Seychelles – Part One

Mr Nomad had been working so hard that we felt a holiday was in order.  My riding activities had been severely curtailed with the relentless rainy season so we booked an escape to the Seychelles.  We had seen the most remarkable pictures of beautiful beaches with pristine white sand and clear turquoise sea and the... Continue Reading →

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