A weekend on the cliff~ Pumzika tu House

A weekend on the cliff~ Pumzika tu House

One of the hopeful symptoms of life is the impulse to travel. The act is like flirting with life, it’s enjoyable and builds up positive energy not forgetting the good memories we bring home from a trip. It’s been a long minute since i was last on the road for some good adventure and truth is, wanderlust doesn’t fully express how we feel when we crave our next adventure. Well, we’ve already established in the past that my relationship with Kwale county is complicated but this time i chose her. Hello there, i trust you’ve been keeping safe.

So i know so many of you had trips planned for Easter, just like us, only to have them thrown out the window last minute. It was heartbreaking. I was all packed up and ready to roll. Fam decided we postpone the trip to when the lockdown was lifted and am glad we did because the timing couldn’t have been more perfect! There are afew things i love more than a great destination, the excitement of an amazing vacation combined with great company and good vibes? Sign. Me. Up..

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CRANES HAVEN TENTED CAMP

CRANES HAVEN TENTED CAMP

Being grateful for things in your life is something that is overlooked when the negative things start piling up. It’s astounding what happens when we focus on the things we are grateful for instead of the negative things that are happening all around us. I found, that traveling to different places and seeing different things has ignited my gratitude towards life. It has shown me how fortunate I have been in my life and that things could be much worse. Next time you go on a trip, look around and observe, and see what traveling to that place made you grateful for. Write down what you are grateful for when you travel and constantly look back at what you were grateful for. Have i told you about Cranes Haven yet? Nope?

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Mwea National Reserve

Mwea National Reserve

Happy new year! Or is it too late? It’s been a long minute i trust the months have treated you all well, the new year too. Somewhere in the last quarter of 2020 i promised a post, one of those where i drift from my usual and do a post on a Reserve or park. I was so torn between two reserves and when my first option became too tricky to get to given my schedule then i settled for Mwea National Reserve.

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