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Category Archives: Camping
Jesse and I loved camping even before we had kids, though we do it much more often (and we’re way better at it!) now that we’ve got a family. One place we always loved camping was at Twiga Lodge, Tiwi … Continue reading
We love to travel, and always have. Even since we started a family, we pride ourselves on still getting out there and seeing what Kenya and the region have to offer. Admittedly, since having kids, we are much more likely to … Continue reading
We’ve been camping with our kids since both of them were young babies. People always seem impressed, thinking that it must be so difficult. Believe me, it’s not! Camping with babies and young kids is much easier than you think, as … Continue reading
I’ve been promising myself for ages to draft a packing list for when we go camping – an exhaustive list of what we may need, that can be tailored or trimmed depending on the trip. Well, here it is! A … Continue reading
A couple of years ago, we went camping at Mount Suswa with a group of friends. Mount Suswa is a wonderfully remote extinct volcano in the Rift Valley, with spectacular views of its unique double-caldera . We went back for a second trip … Continue reading
We had a fantastic camping trip this weekend with some wonderful friends, along the Malewa River, along the escarpment just outside Naivasha. Our family loves camping, and every time we go on a camping trip, I think to myself, “We don’t … Continue reading
Another blast from our family’s travel past… Remember our camping trip to Gatamaiyo Forest? Well, a year ago, we did a similar trip to Mount Suswa with a huge group of friends and a gaggle of kids. Mount Suswa is … Continue reading