Please sit back and enjoy the features on and images of articles on Kenya, its sporting
prowess, uniqueness, banks, hotels, education, birthplace of Barrack Obama Snr, the
father of the 44th... More > President of the United States of America, among other delightful
Photos from our 2006 Kenya Trip. We stayed at the Kichwa Tembo Tented Safari Camp in the world renowned Masai Mara National Reserve. The Ol Tukai Lodge was home, during our stay in Amboseli National... More > Park.
When we stayed at Elsamere, the home for Elsa the lioness cub of the book "Born Free", hippos would come onto the lawn at night, from Lake Naivasha.
We rode in a boat to Cresent Island, now sadly, Lake Naivasha is nearly dry. A quick stop at Lake Nakuru, for the flamingos. An overnight in Aberdare National Park was spent at the Ark.
These are all digital photos from my video camera as my 35mm film was x-ray'd on departure from Kenya.
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In Redneck in Kenya, you’ll discover what happened when a good ol’ boy from Texas, Danny Conner, decided to take a break from the hectic life of the oil and gas business to become a... More > volunteer at a children’s shelter in Kenya. In this raucously fun collection of anecdotes and experiences, Danny shares his unique and amusing observations of everyday life in Africa.< Less
In Redneck in Kenya, you'll discover what happened when a good ol' boy from Texas, Danny Conner, decided to take a break from the hectic life of the oil and gas business to become a volunteer at a... More > children's shelter in Kenya. In this raucously fun collection of anecdotes and experiences, Danny shares his unique and amusing observations of everyday life in Africa. His off-beat perspective on the world around him will make you laugh while also recounting some of the harsh realities of daily life in Kenya. You'll laugh as Danny wanders into a Nairobi "Barber Shop Salon & Restaurant" for his first haircut in Kenya, clashes with the Nairobi police, treks through the African wilderness, and encounters the infamous Masai warrior. Tucked between the pages of humor are detailed accounts of getting tear-gassed in the middle of one of the world's largest slums and making food distributions to refugee camps. There is never a dull moment on this journey where he gained a new perspective and still managed to laugh a lot.< Less
This book has been written as a case study of the creative economy sector of kenya, it is a call into action for an organised management of the products that the intellectual rigour brings... More > sponteneously.< Less