Satao – a legend

Originally posted on Mark Deeble:
When I last wrote about Satao, I felt that I couldn’t use his name. I could refer to him only as a ‘magnificent tusker’ or an ‘iconic Tsavo…

Blogging 201 – Branding And Traffic – Day 2 – Audit Your Brand

Statutory warning to readers – There is nothing remotely general interest in this post! Things are going to get a little technical here on! But if any of you would like to follow… Continue reading

Zero To Hero – Day 2 – Edit Your Title and Tag Line

Noooo! Please. Its been such a thorny issue! It took us long enough to figure out what we wanted. And we are happy with it, thank-you very much! Seriously though, it took a… Continue reading

Blogging 201 : Branding and Traffic – Day 1 – Set Three Goals

Well, the very fact that this post is a good 24 hours late makes it pretty easy for us to set some goals here! Lets keep to the point – we need to… Continue reading

Zero To Hero – Day 1 – Introduce Yourself

First for my family and friends who hit the “follow” button when we asked them to follow our thoughts and images … we started this blog more than an year ago (we just paid up… Continue reading

Bahati’s Story

I had to try The Weekly Writing Challenge hosted by wordpress and Vincent Mars.  I always enjoyed Precis Writing in school! Last week’s expedition into Masai Mara gave me the perfect theme!“Jewel eyes… Continue reading

Legal hunting … solution, panacea or murder?

Africa Geographic is one of the pages that I follow on Facebook. An article today prompted from me this post. The AG blog gives all the relevant information … http://blog.africageographic.com/africa-geographic-blog/hunting/kenyan-rangers-moving-letter-to-american-rhino-hunter/I wrote this as… Continue reading

Madiba’s Land

  This is a picture of a map that I found at “Odds & Ends” –  a furniture, antiques and curios store in Nairobi, Kenya. This is a map of Africa. Madiba’s land. We… Continue reading

The Whistling Thorn

We turn off the engine of our game drive vehicle and sit quietly. We are in the grasslands of Ol Pejeta Conservancy, at the foothills of Mount Kenya, on those immense plains with… Continue reading

Pen & Shutter

I wanted the first post in this blog to be an explanation about its name. The many attempts I made to try and explain the dream behind it did not please me at all. I… Continue reading

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