The Turkana refer to it as Anam Ka’alakol. The reference made its way into Yvonne Owuor’s debut novel, Dust as parts of it are set in Turkana, particularly near the lake’s shores. The term means the sea of many fish.
Nomad is Eat Out’s second publication, after Yummy, a food and drinks focused magazine. Nomad maintains, if not slightly surpassing, the high quality and easily readable content that is associated with Yummy.
Access fees is Kshs. 200. They do not accept payments in cash, you can only pay via M-Pesa. You will need to put down your details in a black book, which has a section that asks if you will require an armed escort.
This Nairobi based company has an interesting outdoors culture; expeditions are, sort of, part of the JD. BRCK is a Nairobi based tech. company whose mission is to connect people and things in areas with poor infrastructure to the internet. Some of their products include the BRCK, a rugged, wireless, self powered mobile WiFi device, […]
If anyone tells you that Mt.Longonot is an easy hike, tell them the devil is liar, and a very optimistic one at that. Well, unless they are talking about the first bit, up to the crater viewpoint. However, that is only the first part of the climb, it is also not that challenging. If you are not that keen on exerting yourself, then you can stop at this point.