Kate Fitzgerald Boyd, Author at Angama
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Kate was born in a chafing dish – well almost. The date she was due to arrive was perilously close to Christmas and her mother wasn’t taking any chances so out she came just in time for a decent Christmas dinner to be served to the guests at the hotel of her childhood. Back-of-house babies, they call them. And she has never looked back and now logs more air miles than she knows what to do with sharing the Angama Mara story far and wide.

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More Drizzle than Dip, Thank you Zeus 9 April 2019 For those of our followers whose Greek mythology is a bit rusty, read on to see that even a pesky god couldn’t put a dampener on a photo shoot By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
The Heart of Angama Mara 28 January 2019 Kate Fitzgerald Boyd tells the story behind the second chamber in Angama Mara’s heart By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
It’s in the Water 10 October 2018 The storks have been busy, so they say... Meet some of the many new lives that have joined the extended Angama Mara family over the past three and a half years By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
Ciao Alfajiri 16 January 2018 Kate Fitzgerald Boyd writes about her visit to the charming Alfajiri Villas on Kenya’s Swahili coast, and the delightful time spent there with her new family By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
Saruni of the Siria Clan 2 January 2018 A day to remember when a little boy from Johannesburg was welcomed into his Maasai family and his mother nearly missed marking the heifer By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd
Crossing Over: Then and Now 7 February 2017 Kate shares what days spent on African bush strips in transit used to mean, compared to what they mean now... By Kate Fitzgerald Boyd