June 10, 2014
A lone bull crosses the plains, heading for the ol Donyo waterhole. (Photo: Walter Kolon)
May should have been a month of dramatic storms and heavy downpours, but sadly we have not had much of a rainy season so far – more of a “gentle drizzle”! So we are keeping our fingers crossed that we may get some late rain in June to fill the waterholes out on the plains and top up our»
June 05, 2014
Tell us a little about yourself!?
I am from Chyulu Hills Area , Imbirikani Between Amboseli and Tsavo West National Park
How long have you been guiding for ? Five years, 4 and a half years at Ol Donyo Lodge and six months at the Mara at Mara Toto camp.
The animal that reminds you most of yourself and why?
Lion- Because when I was a kid I once got»
June 04, 2014
Yesterday Gwekulo was re-united with the wet stuff that makes up Lake Tanganyika. We recruited anybody who happened to be near the Mahale mountains at the time to help in the effort to re-float her. It is comforting to know how many people you can summon in times of need here.
Once more she sits safely moored off the front of camp, dignified as the old lady she is, with her still lovely»