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6th country – Kenya …….

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Day 60 -
L: Rise and shine. We both slept pretty well and it was difficult to get up so early as the bed was really comfortable, though two singles, which we pushed together. Steve had used the mozzie net,…

A year’s Memorable moments (Kenya)

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Reaching Nairobi was for us a huge feat!  We saw it as the last frontier before leaving the Africa that we know (we thought) and going into the unknown. We enjoyed Kenya.
Experiencing the notorious Nairobi traffic

The disappointment when…

The truth about ‘that’ night in Nairobi

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So when we were on our travels there were some things that happened which we didn’t feel were appropriate to include in our blog; until now. Because now that we are safely back in the fold and families can see…

Stay Eat Do in Kenya

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DIANI BEACH
TO DO:  Try kitesurfing, surfing and stand up paddle boarding with H2O Extreme the only reputable water sports centre in Diani. Operated from the Kenyaways Kite Village, the instructors are very knowledgeable and have you up and going before you…

Diani Days, Kenya

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Kenyan Coast
14th October – 14th November 2014
Che Shale, North Coast – Kenya
Following my little jaunt around Tanzania, I flew from Nairobi to Malindi to meet up with Boris for a short holiday on the North Coast. Boris…

Kenya

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Day: 210
KLMS: 31,113
As time frames and money begin to run out, Kenya for us was really going to be little more than a pitstop in Nairobi to get the visas we needed for heading north into Ethiopia and…

Losse flodders

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Het wordt een Oegandese verjaardagstaart voor Felice op 4 oktober. We zijn er net aangekomen; in Jinja, waar de Nijl ‘begint’. Als je naar de spiegelgladde rivier kijkt vanaf onze camping is het moeilijk voor te stellen dat je verderop…

Masai Mara – Kenya

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Governor’s Camp, Masai Mara
21st – 23rd September 2012
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With the Beast in Cruiser hospital in Nairobi, I am concerned with a couple of things; one, I…

Beautiful Kenya, South Horr to Laisamas

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This area is so stunning…
Top tip river crossings:
If possible, always walk the terrane i.e. through the river or surface you about to cross. This is so important and will spare you the hassle from getting stuck, esp. with…

Kenya Turkana to Samburu

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Some scenic pictures of the northern Kenya journey:

Pris Sibioli National Park

Sibioli National Park

Rest stop at river crossing

Toilet break

Lily

The toyota group

lake Turkana

Close to South Horr

Turkanan Sunset

Sibioli ridge near the fossil forrest…

Kenya between South Horr and Laisamis

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An amazing part of our journey, very safe as well! the drive from the bottom of Turkana to the asphalt road in Laisamis. The drive and scenery is simply breath taking and bush camping superb.
There was loads of elephant…

Kenya, equator just south of Nanyuki

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We stopped just south of Nanuki after having lunch at the lovely Nanyuki airport, you must stop there as it’s a great lunch spot! We came across a couple of guys who had an earn of Water and was demonstrating…

Day 174…Jinja- I left my heart in Jinja!

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Jambo,
My route over the last few days.

I cannot write the following blog in the words that I would like to. Its been far to amazing for even the best fictional writer to clearly express the absolute beauty that…

Some more gnus about our trip

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Since we started our trip we have been in contact with another South African couple Arno and Elise, who have been travelling up Africa, having left at roughly the same time as us. We had made tentative plans to meet…

Kenya, Bush Camp, 56kms from Namanga Tanzania

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If you cannot make the Tanzania border (Namanga) in good time from Nairobi, then try stop off here at the Bush Camp.It’s about 56kms from the border and you cannot miss the Bush Camp sign post on the right hand…

Masai Mara Photies

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Huge crocs and the maddening crowd!

Bridge across the Mara river

New born Topi calf

Driving east, west, north and south

Our Mara children, Chris & Julie

Our campsite at Aruba Mara Lodge & campsite cost us R135 per night…

The Jade sea – Lake Turkana

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Day 1 – Saterday 3 August – Nairobi to Nanyuki
We drove to a a shop about 10km away from our route to buy square plastic cans for the extra petrol that we need to drive from Maralal to Konso,…

Back in Nairobi

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The drive back from the Mara to Nairobi was a nightmare! Hundreds of taxis bringing in tourist, were coming from Nairobi and the dust was unbelievable. You could not see where to drive, what is coming or what is trying…