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The Green City in the Sun

From moments with the late Ernest Hemmingway, Queen Elizabeth and Charles Henry Ryall to exploring the city’s tallest buildings and famous hotels, we explore the history, the people and the sites of urban Nairobi

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History , Nairobi , Travel

About: Michael Boyd

Michael Boyd is a peripheral member of the Angama Mara family. Mike has worked at various film festivals, including Telluride and Sundance, and in the acquisitions department at Dogwoof Pictures. He is the former director of the Cambridge African Film Festival and Communications Manager for Take One, the official review publication for the Cambridge Film Festival, where he worked for seven years before returning home to Africa to teach high school English at Lebone II. Most recently, Mike has assisted the Angama Mara team in curating our DVD library of over 100 African films – from hard hitting African documentaries to The Lion King and everything in between.

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Cows in the Clouds and Other Tales 10 January 2017 Not only do clouds cover Mount Kenya... many legends of Kenya's highest mountain do too... By Michael Boyd
A Tale of Three Graves 25 October 2016 Inspired by a chance meeting with a remarkable traveller, Nicky Fitzgerald set out to find the tale of three graves which weaves together the Out of Africa story with Angama Mara By Nicky Fitzgerald
Queen of the Norfolk 23 March 2016 This naturally is a tale about a cat. A cat named Regina who lives the most regal of lives in all of Nairobi, perhaps in all of East Africa. Queen Regina chose the Fairmont Norfolk as her home and there was no arguing with that! By Alison Mitchell
This Week at Angama #191 1 October 2021 After a hiatus from the bush and a much-needed break to rekindle some inspiration, this week marked Eric’s return to the Mara, which left him in awe once again By Eric Averdung
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