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This Week At Angama #135 4 September 2020 The unpredictability of the Great Migration is staggering. You can go out one afternoon and be greeted by hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, the river pulsating with drama. A few hours later and they are all gone; but look closely and you will see there is always something to capture your interest By Adam Bannister
Is it a Phlog? A Vlog? Definitely Not A Bog 25 August 2020 As Nicky set out to research the origin of the word ‘blog’ – a dumpy, inelegant, displeasing to the ear word – she stumbled across a whole universe of blogolicious words (that one she made up) By Nicky Fitzgerald
This Week At Angama #127 10 July 2020 With county borders now open and international borders set to open in August, both Angama and the Mara are well-prepared and waiting to welcome guests back By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #126 3 July 2020 Fortune in life – both good and bad – is never guaranteed. Sometimes everything works in your favour, and other times, despite your best intentions, things go awry. Every day, we see this truth play out in the landscape of the Mara By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #123 12 June 2020 They say absence makes the heart grow fonder – it feels as though truer words have never been spoken now that I’m back in the Mara   By Mwikali Ndambo
This Week At Angama #121 29 May 2020 The grass is turning a light shade of brown and distant plumes of smoke are rising in the south. Could it be that at last the rains are easing up? By Adam Bannister