Our Final Fling in Kenya: Watamu – What can I say?

In a word; Paradise. The warm soupy waves of the Indian ocean gently lapping against the pristine white sandy beaches devoid of any other humans was quite simply, perfection. Mr Nomad and I took a last visit to the coast of Kenya, a pilgrimage for peace before our inevitable exodus and Watamu did not disappoint.... Continue Reading →

Laikipia Wilderness: Another Wonderful Safari

The days for the Nomadic Family Unit in Kenya are fast running out so Mr Nomad and I are attempting to have as many last minute adventures as is possible in our remaining time and a weekend at Laikipia Wilderness was another wonderful example of what Kenya has to offer, and just what we will... Continue Reading →

A Surprise Safari: Aberdare National Park

The delectable Mr Nomad had to my surprise, booked a weekend away to the Aberdare National Park. I do not normally enjoy surprises but who am I to complain about being whisked away for some quiet time with my beloved husband in the most magical of locations? The Aberdare National Park can be found in... Continue Reading →

White Water Rafting on the River Tana

As semi-adrenalin junkies, Mr Nomad and I and a group of other people embarked upon an adventure which entailed rafting down the river Tana in Kenya, attempting to navigate the white water rapids whilst trying not to drown or be obliterated off the craggy rocks and boulders that litter the expansive river. We boarded a... Continue Reading →

The Trip of a Lifetime: Golden Monkeys – Chapter Three

We did not wish to waste any time in Rwanda, this marvellous country, so on our penultimate day, we ventured back to the Volcanoes National Park to trek into the forest once more but this time, in the hope of seeing the Golden monkeys that inhabit the fertile foothills of Mount Sabyinyo. Another early start... Continue Reading →

The Trip of a Lifetime: Gorillas in the Mist – Chapter Two

The day had arrived. The trip of a life time. Mr Nomad and I arose very early to enable our Guide to drive us to our destination, the Volcanoes National Park so that we could arrive in good time to prepare ourselves for the day. The Volcanoes National Park is in the north-western province of... Continue Reading →

The Trip of a Lifetime: Rwanda – Chapter One

Mr Nomad and I have yearned to fulfill a dream to trek through the jungle in attempts to spot mountain gorillas in their natural habitat. We had planned to do this trip a year ago but with the onset of the global pandemic, a world wide lock down and even an evacuation, that dream looked... Continue Reading →

Pre and Post Christmas Safari’s – Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Mr Nomad and I are avid supporters of our local community and in order to show such support, we visited our all time favourite, Ol Pejeta Conservancy. This conservancy is literally on our door step, only around 15 minutes drive away and its abundance of wild life over 90,000 acres of vast rolling plains never... Continue Reading →

Soysambu Conservancy: Horsing Around

Our last adventure of 2020 took us to Soysambu Conservancy and the very purpose of this was actually a horse show. It was to be my first competition on the horse Goldie. It was also to be Goldie's first competition. Whilst horsing around is not normally Mr Nomad's thing, he is an amazing support to... Continue Reading →

Road Trip- Part Three – In Memoria

The second day of remembrance took us to Maktau Indian memorial Cemetery. This cemetery contains Indian soldiers who were killed when General Mallison was ambushed by the Germans. It was originally a British war cemetery but in 1922, those British graves were re-interned at Voi. There are 16 graves, 1 of which was unidentified. Maktau... Continue Reading →

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