Hells Gate and Longonot November 29th 2009 I still had a few days left before heading back to Sudan and even on my own I was determined to make the most of it, so next stop was Hell's Gate National Park, very aptly named for the geothermal activity that belches plumes of steam from the earth.
There are now two power stations in the park, although noticeable with large pipes and bits of machinery in 2 places in the park it is surprisingly u ... read more
Africa » Kenya » Rift Valley Province » Lake Naivasha Founding president and liberation struggle icon Jomo KENYATTA led Kenya from independence until his death in 1978, when President Daniel Toroitich arap MOI took power in a constitutional succession. The country was a de facto one-party state from 196... ... read more
13+ years in Africa and 5 years in Russia and the CIS, most of the time in the wildest places, still going with the mission to find the undrinkable red wine and looking forward to new adventures...
After surviving Sudan and then a bit of time in civilization, Tanzania is where we have been for the first year of parenthood, having not done things by halves, it has not been easy, there have been many changes and trials along the way... one of which has been neglecting the blog in the blizzard of parenthood and work. Time for that to change!... full info