I have have never seen such an amazing night sky as in Kenya.
Our home in the middle of the national park in Tsavo East
A resident from the coastal village of Munje in Msambweni Kwale County.
I bumped into him after his catch of the “Simusimu” fish. It’s a small fish that’s used as stew for most homes. The fish are tiny and easily caught when the tide is high. They are caught using some small wires as opposed to fishing nets. Legend has it that when these fish are being carried by the tide towards the coastline it becomes really cloudy. So next time you see heavy dark clouds it’s probably the fish and not a sign of rain 😅
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When I first thought of writing about camping my idea for the first article was a 'How To Camp' kind of deal. Fourty-five or so articles later it still hasn't happened, clearly overtaken by events.
But maybe that's a good thing, every trip since has been a learning experience and I know much more than I did then. Camping in Kenya, especially in the wild does present a unique set of challenges and I would like to pass on a thing or two I've learned over the years to everyone who supports my blog and uses it as a resource (thanks to you all).
Hopefully this is the year I finally get it done? Fingers crossed.
Good things come to those that wait up