A WEEKEND AT THE NAIROBI NATIONAL MUSEUM/JOHN MICHUKI PARK.

Once upon a time , we used to visit Nairobi national park through school trips …. right? I can recall vividly carrying a note book to record whatever I will find just for my records because we visit museums to collect art objects of historical , cultural and artistic significance for the purpose of display, protection, preservation and interpretation. With […]

AMBOSELI NATIONAL PARK

Welcome to Amboseli national park the home of the African Elephants. It is one of Kenya’s most popular parks.  The name Amboseli comes from a maasai word meaning “salty dust” and it’s one of the best places in Africa to view large herds of Elephants up close.I came with magical quest safaris on a Sunday morning because it was a […]

THE ONLY LIVING BEAR IN AFRICA/KENYA.

I’m here excited because I saw a bear with my naked eyes….. yes we do have a bear in Africa, in Kenya at ol jogi game reserve in laikipia in kenya Rift Valley. look at the bear……… BEAR IN KENYA. He is locally known as potab (Russian for bear). The only living bear in Africa. He was brought from Russia […]

CASTLE FOREST LODGE/ MT KENYA.

By the time I was ten, I had listened to many stories about monster and ogre. I can’t believe how I was scared and cried after children who disrespected their parent and ran into the forest then get kidnapped by monsters. y’all know that i love nature and I always travels to get connected to Mother Nature . So finally […]

WILLOW GARDEN BISTRO

A moment of silent to all march babies because Celebrating birthdays is a bit harsh now. Here in kenya all restaurants are closed and we are on lockdown. But my friend is celebrating her birthday and we need somewhere to sit as we eat …..forget the “we have food at home” anthem because nobody cares. Or maybe the government cares […]

INTERNATIONAL DAY OF FOREST.

I grew up in a community where i believed that trees attract rain; actually that was true because there is no rain without trees since trees absorbs water from the soil and release it through evapotranspiration……. Life could not exist on earth without trees because they produce most of the oxygen that human and wildlife breathe. Trees absorb carbon dioxide […]

WORLD WATER DAY..

Let start with a fact that we always use this statement “drink enough water and mind your own business” it’s because water is life. No water no life; water is the most important substance on earth. All plants and animals must have water to survive. WOLRD WATER DAY 2021 water day has been celebrated each year on march 22nd since […]

WORLD WILDLIFE DAY.

What if after world war 2 the world was left abandoned crumbled and lifeless, then you are the last person on earth to face the world alone….huh ,tough one right? For me I’ll run to my therapist who is nature and whisper this; ABOUT WORLD WILDLIFE DAY 2021 THEME: forest and livelihoods;sustaining people and planet ______as a way to highlight […]

MT LONGONOT

Here we go again,,,, they say that if you manage to hike mt longonot three times then you are ready to hike mt Kenya.you know what ? I don’t believe in such stuff because I can possibly manage to hike any mountain. Hiking mountain is not easy at all ,I’m warning y’all but it is the biggest dare you can […]

MANGROVE FOREST-KENYA

My visit at mombasa-Malindi-watamu kenya made me discover a lot about nature. Like we all know mida-creek a beautiful tidal inlet in Arabuku-sokoke forest kilifi county flourishes with 6 species of mangrove trees. The mangrove i discovered were around the shore of watamu as i was snorkeling. There are nine mangrove species in Kenya,with the Rhizophora Macronata (loop-root) mangrove or […]