11We have another photographer in the interviewee’s seat today, the talented Priya Patel. An avid traveler whose pictures you may have seen on instagram. You can follow her on @Capturedbypriya .Well, let’s get straight to it.



2015-02-19_17-20-52_1Have you met Zeddy ‘Shiznit’ Msagha ()? Well, today we know this coastal brother. He is a student at Strathmore University and a passionate photographer. He also is a computer geek, almost always on his laptop coding or editing photos. That love for photography goes hand-in-hand with his avid love for nature, making him always on the road on most weekends. We got to quiz him on this. Continue reading “KNOW THE OTHER TRAVELER: SHIZNIT”


yM0LavzIToday our feature is on this travel enthusiast, Carol Munene . She says she is an adventurous lady, a go getter and loves to travel(Of course). Be it local or international, just the thought of getting away is enough to exhilarate her. She also loves cooking, and taking care of her 2 year old girl – Chloe. She informs us she lately developed a passion for outdoor photography, and is playing the waiting game to see see how far it takes her.      

Camping On Mount Ololokwe – 12 Years A Slave (Part 2)

The Kenyan Camper

If you’re just catching up, i suggest you read Part 1 here first.

I survived the night, pretty obvious huh? For a minute there I didn’t think I’d make it through what I can objectively say was the worst night in a tent in my life (and I’ve had many).

The morning begins with almost no clue of the what transpired the night before, almost as if the mountain means to apologize.


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Camping On Mount Ololokwe – 12 Years A Slave (Part 1)

The Kenyan Camper

Its difficult to explain the power of an idea. It dwells in our consciousness; sometimes relegated, sometimes ignored, but never forgotten. Ever present in the back of our minds, dominating our thoughts whenever we we have a moment to day dream.

I first saw a photo of Mount Ololokwe about 12 years ago and my imagination was instantly captured by this massive mountain emerging seemingly out of nowhere from the desert plains. In many of my travels such as during my elephant encounter in Samburu, and a most relaxing trip to Sera Conservancy among many more, she seemed to continually taunt me and was a constant reminder of the promise I once made to myself.

I had to spend a night atop this mountain.

Aerial of Mount Ololokwe, the red circle shows our campsite. Photo Credit : Marcus Harvey  Photo Credit Aerial of Mount Ololokwe, the red circle shows our campsite. Photo Credit : Marcus Harvey 

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Travel Diaries Kenya

I was tingling with excitement as the Travel Diaries crew set out on what we knew would be a great adventure, to a place that had only been described as the holy land…the origin of life… spiritual and pure. We would have to drive many hours to get to this special lodge on the slopes of a holy mountain, Mount Nyiru.

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As the landscape starts to change, the anticipation grows, wondering when we would finally arrive and just how beautiful could this spot be compared to others

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The drive up was an experience in itself, at a very steep incline. Only an experienced driver will have the nerves to get you safely to the top.

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Desert rose is a unique eco friendly lodge located on the slopes of Mt Nyiru  which towers majestically above the Elbarta plains, between Karisia Mountains and Lake Turkana. Considered holy…

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