Shopping in Nanyuki

We have now been here a little while and we are finding our feet in terms of survival -  feeding ourselves, clothing ourselves and sourcing all items that we may need!  There is a local supermarket which sells just about everything (except for clothing) but it is so ludicrously expensive, and Phil and I have... Continue Reading →

But… I’m a good driver!

Having been in Kenya for a couple of months now, I thought it prudent to share a few observations, hints and tips about what it's like driving a mechanically propelled vehicle over here.  You'll notice that I didn't say 'Car' and the reason why will shortly become clear.  Having experienced vehicular mayhem in quite a... Continue Reading →

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

In Kenya's Laikipia Plateau, at the foothills of Mount Kenya, lies Ol Pejeta Conservancy.  90,000 acres of glorious open savannah grassland which is the largest black Rhinoceros sanctuary in East Africa.  Ol Pejeta exists for the conservation of natural habitat to ensure protection of the existing rhino, elephant, giraffe, zebra, big cats and other wild... Continue Reading →

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