Alison Mitchell, Author at Angama
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Ali is a key member of the Angama Mara team. If you ask her what she does she might take a minute to answer but it would probably be something along these lines: ‘on Mondays I market, on Tuesdays I work on the website, on Wednesdays I project manage, on Thursdays I place orders and on Fridays I plan for the safari shop at the lodge’. And on Saturdays and Sundays she writes blog posts.

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Latest Story

From Hive To Table – The Great Honey Harvest 18 June 2019 With tales of sleepy bees and buckets of honey, Alison Mitchell decided to join the Shamba keepers on a nocturnal harvesting mission By Alison Mitchell
The Mathematician in the Laundry Room 14 May 2019 With so many variables and speedy turnarounds, ensuring the laundry runs smoothly requires meticulous multi-tasking and a mathematical mind. This is a day in the life of Japhet Koech By Alison Mitchell
The Angama Love Cake 13 August 2018 Saffron, cardamom and rose-scented cream all come together to create this most delicious of cakes By Alison Mitchell
Shall we Shamba? 6 February 2018 Butterflies, Chenin Blanc, birdsong and garden-to-tummy salads - Alison Mitchell shares Angama Mara's newest guest experience By Alison Mitchell
If Toys Could Talk 4 July 2017 Beautiful products, lovingly knitted by a woman’s group and made in Kenya, this is the story of Kenana Knitters and their gorgeous soft toys sold at Angama Safari Shop By Alison Mitchell
Paradise Found 4 October 2016 From sunrise in the Mara to a tropical sunset, Alison Mitchell writes about her 'babymoon' to the Seychelles, where she found peace and paradise on the islands of Mahe, Praslin and La Digue By Alison Mitchell