For as long as I can remember I have dreamed of experiencing The Great Migration. Over 2 million creatures, from mainly wildebeest, gazelle and zebra, make their way from the Serengeti to the Masai Mara. This annual expedition, one of the greatest of the animal kingdom, is one of both beauty and tragedy. Crossing the…Details
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In this edition of the Backpack with Brock Foodbyte we are in lovely England, where my honorary English Ma and Pa – The Krstics – treat me to cup after cup of delicious tea!
) The final community I visit on my cross country Kenyan tour is Maragua District in Central Province. Staying with my friend Charles, his community makes me feel very welcome, showers me with gifts and show me the projects they have been working very hard on. During my stay, I am also educated on the…Details
Yes folks, everybody does it. It’s part of everyday life and when you are travelling, it can be a bigger ordeal then you’d sometimes like it to be.
On this weeks edition of The Friday Five, it’s 5 tips regarding this natural act and being prepared when it’s time to go!
From the Masai tribes of Ewaso Nyrio I’m off to western Kenya, a region called North Maragoli. There, led by my incredible host Ahuga, I visit a number of projects and schools throughout the community and experience first hand the beauty that is the west.
Whether it’s by bus, train, car, plane, boat…you get the idea…being in transit is not always the funnest part of your trip. This week on the Friday Five, I’ve got a few tips for making your journeys a little bit easier and efficient.
In the spirit of St. Patrick’s Day, I figured a little walk down memory lane would be appropriate.
Grab a pint, sit back and enjoy a look back on how I celebrated the luck of the Irish, one year ago today!
In this weeks edition of the Backpack with Brock Foodbyte we’re saying Jambo! from Kenya.
The amazing Momma Monica cooks us up some delicious Ugali and trust me, if this stuff doesn’t fill you up, I don’t know what will!
It’s a traveling nightmare. You’ve taken tons of photos of all the places you’ve been and good times you’ve had then BAM! Someone takes your camera, or your memory card stops working and all your great photographs and videos are gone. It’s happened before and it will happen again. That said, there are some ways…Details
In part two of my visit to Ewaso Nyrio, Kenya I head back to the housewarming party of Amos and Momma Asha then have the honour of visiting the newly built school in their community. The Oleleshwa Primary School. To learn more about Harambee 4 Humanity, get involved or make a donation to their projects,…Details
All over the world, and even at home, you’ll strange, funny and bizarre signs. Some give you bad directions, others simply don’t make sense. Having made my way through 40 countries, I’ve seen my fair share of them and this week on The Friday Five I’ve got 5 of those straight from India. They provided…Details
On my second stop in Kenya, I arrive in the little town of Ewaso Nyrio. There, I am welcomed to a house warming party and pay witness to a ceremony that happens once every ten years.
It is an experience I will remember for the rest of my life.
This week on the Friday Five, it’s all things Kenya. I truly fell in love with the country during my visit and so, I want to take the opportunity to share with you why this place spoke to me.