Tag Archives: Lake Turkana
Don’t Leave Kenya – Let Your Parents go Back to Europe and the US!
Every time I go to Kenya I make a point of touching base at Hillcrest Secondary School. It played an important part in the life of our family for over twenty-five years. On the first day of my recent holiday, … Continue reading
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Of Words, Pictures and Poetic Licence
Or How a Beginner Tackled the Task of Producing a Book Trailer. It was a sort of spur of the moment effort, which ended up taking a whole day. The opening scene still graces my desktop – elephants catching a … Continue reading
Posted in Breath of Africa Tagged Africa, Kenya, Lake Magadi, Lake Nakuru, Lake Turkana, Maasai, Nairobi, Nairobi Dam, Richard Leakey 3 Comments
Desert Camp of a Million Stars
Koobi Fora – now a Field School – is Richard Leakey’s renowned prehistoric site on the eastern edge of Lake Turkana. It features briefly in BREATH OF AFRICA, and not far away lies the site of a petrified forest, where … Continue reading
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