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Visiting Roy’s Maasai Village 27 August 2019 Kenya ignites imaginations across the planet with its elephants, lions and wild places that make hearts skip a beat, and that is why I travelled to this absurdly beautiful country with my 30-year-old daughter, Chelsea, in January 2019. We traveled from New York City to Nairobi on a direct 14-hour Kenya Airways flight (shockingly only... By John Murray
Banking on Bomas 25 June 2019 Imagine this hypothetical scenario… For years you have been carefully investing your hard-earned savings into an interest-bearing account. Of course, there are all kinds of ways you could have spent your money – and yes, the hours have been long and the work tiring – but it’s worth it. Using the investing skills you’ve learnt... By Sue van Winsen
Lamb For Lions 7 May 2019 Emily Lamb is one of the most talented wildlife artists of our generation, producing paintings that decorate the walls of houses and galleries around the world. What makes her work all the more impressive is that she is wholeheartedly committed to creating works of art with the intention of drawing awareness to the plight of... By Adam Bannister
Every Drop Makes a Difference 8 January 2019 At the age of twelve, I’m not exactly the definition of cultured. As much as I have seen, and I have been lucky enough to travel to many places, in the end, I’m still a kid, and can’t help but live in my own little world and ignore everything else in this seemingly giant and... By Zoe Weill
Right Place, Right Time 6 August 2018 I’ve spent decades crisscrossing the world, first as a travel writer and for the past twenty years as a filmmaker and a community partner building local schools. In all those years, the number of right place, right time moments has been surprisingly few, which of course only heightens the pursuit. If you fly halfway around... By Turk Pipkin
This Week At Angama #5 6 March 2018 Photography is not only settings and technicalities. Quite often it is as simple as capturing that moment: the diversity of a landscape; the colours, relationships and changes; life forms and storytelling. This week provided an abundance of subjects from hunting cheetahs and lions, fast flowing rivers, school children and frolicking zebras, all celebrated in This... By Adam Bannister