Monthly Archives: April 2012

AFRICAN CATS – Disney Nature’s New Movie

Filmed in Kenya’s Masai Mara, Disney Nature’s new film opens in UK cinemas on 27 April.  It tells the stories of Fang, the leader of a lion pride, Mara, an endearing lion cub and Sita, a fearless cheetah with five … Continue reading

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An Ostrich Egg Omelette

It is said that an ostrich egg is the equivalent of 26 hens eggs and that it will feed 18 people at a time.  The opportunity to taste one came about while staying at Malewa River Lodge near Naivasha in … Continue reading

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Rhinos fight to survive massive increase in poaching

Africa’s rhinos are in a fight for survival.  Poaching is at an all time high as the price of rhino horn on the black market has soared to as much as US$65,000 a kilo (source: Avaaz). Worth more than gold, … Continue reading

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