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Going Going and so nearly Gone 24 April 2018 On the same day each year for the past four years we have photographed our lodge from the same angle and 2018 found Tyler bushwhacking where once there was nothing but mud By Tyler Davis
It’s Calabash O’ Clock in our Shamba 18 July 2017 Ian Dommisse writes about his return visit to a “project of a lifetime”, explains the design inspiration behind the Calabash Garden and shares a story that captures the passion of the Angama shamba team By Ian Dommisse
Nature’s Way 25 April 2017 Tyler Davis reflects on the miraculous growth and changes at the lodge over the last year and compares photographs of the ‘there and then’ vs the ‘here and now’ By Tyler Davis
Snakes & Ladders 7 November 2016 Take Two on Our Shamba - Ian Dommisee returns to Angama Mara to see how his beautifully designed Shamba has taken shape since his last visit to the lodge By Ian Dommisse
A Little Shamba Chaos 5 July 2016 Architect Ian Dommisse tells us about his “dream come true” project and shares the brief as well as some of his inspiration for the beginnings of Angama Mara’s Shamba By Ian Dommisse
Going, Going, Green 2 February 2016 Seven months ago, when our staff first moved into their new village, they were greeted by a barren, muddy wasteland that quickly turned to dust once the endless rains finally ceased. They weren’t alone – the fact is that, after roughly ten months of construction and 450+ builders on site, followed by six straight weeks... By Tyler Davis
Dancing Aloes 23 September 2014 Susie Allan is a born and bread Kenyan and has a great passion for plants, traditional artifacts and wild places and shares some of her incredible knowledge on aloes and other succulents that thrive along Angama’s escarpment By Susie Allan
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