+1 Tweet14 Pin1 Share Share1 Stumble429Shares 445 Feeling the Rhythm – Samburu Kenya The colorful tribes of Samburu in Kenya seems to always be dancing. While on safari in Samburu Park, we stopped in one of the Samburu villages; an eye opening, music-filled experience. Each of the women took our hands and brought us into […]
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Lamu – a Hidden Paradise
+1 Tweet2 Pin4 Share Share StumbleShares 6We arrived in Lamu Kenya (Pronounced – ‘la-moo’) yesterday via a small 20 passenger plane and a very good looking your pilot! When we arrived at the small airfield it was lightly sprinkling, but by the time they took our luggage out on a little 2 wheel wooden cart […]
+136 Tweet Pin3 Share Share1 StumbleShares 40 Kenya was a real mix of classes – poor and ‘well -off’ – at times it was such a wide gap to take in – that it really kind of made your stomach turn. I can’t simply say that I just experienced this only in Kenya – I […]
Safari – Are we going to move?????
+1 Tweet2 Pin25 Share Share StumbleShares 27 View Photography of Safari and Samburu Tribe We’ve seen some amazing animals here – you can get so close with no boundaries. When I was young we used to go on field trips to Wild Life Prairie Park outside of Peoria – there you see animals in their […]
Kenyan Food – Bring on the meat!!
+1 Tweet1 Pin Share Share StumbleShares 1Kenyan food is a vegetarian’s nightmare as well as a Atkin’s dieter’s nightmare – luckily – I’m neither of these so I am enjoying this meat heavy, carbo loaded Kenyan diet I am on! The food is hearty with many stew-like dishes with rice – yet the sauces they […]
Kenya Transportation – bring comfortable shoes and patience!
+1 Tweet Pin Share Share StumbleShares 0 We’ve made it to Samburu National Park/Safari which is wonderful but half the fun was getting here from Nairobi. It was a 6 hour drive through Nairobi and the Kenyan countryside. We were able to see the bustling city of Nairobi on a Monday morning. There were people […]