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A Teller of Tales in Maasailand 24 December 2019 After my first albeit humble publishing success I penned two other books but neither saw the light of day. I misplaced one manuscript while the other turned out a waffle. During my second year at Kenyatta University, the writing bug bit again. I remember once skipping a maths class to finish an interesting story. Two... By Joel Kapante
The Lions Of London 12 November 2019 Wildlife needs our help. As the human population continues to skyrocket, so precious lands set aside for animals are becoming smaller. These priceless pockets are where many of us return to time and time again to renew ourselves and find purpose. People come to these wild spaces from afar to watch animals as they are... By Adam Bannister
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
How The Afridrille Came To Be 11 June 2019 “Our goal while on this earth is to transcend our illusions and discover the innate power of our spirit. We are responsible for what we create, and we must therefore learn to act and think with love and wisdom and to live in service to others and all of life.” – Caroline Myss, Anatomy of... By Zane Wilemon
Where Cows and
Conservation Co-exist
12 February 2019 With a formal background in conservation and land management, I have always wanted to travel to Laikipia county. The reason:  to visit a shining example of forward-thinking conservation. What a treat it was to be invited by Margot Raggett of Remembering Wildlife to accompany her on a visit to Ol Pejeta Conservancy in central Kenya... By Adam Bannister
Jeremiah’s Story 11 September 2018 My Name is Jeremy Ole Moonka. I live in a village school, 15 minutes away from Angama Mara. I have a lot of good friends at Angama but this special letter is to tell the story of how Angama Clinic saved my life through a new friend, Dr Obare. During the interesting Russia FIFA World... By Jeremy Ole Moonka