Tag Archives: travel writing

August 04

Things you didn’t know about the hospitals in Northern Ghana

  This post is a little off topic for my travel blog, however I feel that if you travel to many places, you will have definitely encountered a hospital visit or two. It is important for me to explain what is actually happening in many hospitals in Africa and especially in northern Ghana, travel is […]

July 24

Africa’s Alternative To Western Medicine

  We have all heard about the Traditional Healer, the Witchdoctor and the Shaman, but what do they really believe or practice on millions of African patients every day? Granted a few hours and some questions doesn’t give you a proper insight into what REALLY goes on, but at least I have scratched the surface […]

June 20

Walking with lions? Mana Pools, Zimbabwe

The world heritage site, Mana Pools National Park in Northern Zimbabwe, is the only place in Southern Africa where it actually encourages the public to get out of their vehicles and walk around with no guide……… These are the other photos that go along my article that was published by “Life As A Human”.  I […]

March 06

Understanding the Samburu People of Kenya

Recently I revisited the Samburu People living nearby Maralal, in Northern-Central Kenya.  They are known to have come from South Sudan and some even believe the Israelites. They are cousins to the better known Maasai People of Southern Kenya who separated from them around 500 years ago; they share the same language of Maa but […]

March 03

Hong Kong

Hong Kong is a vibrant city, full of hustle and bustle. There are countless jewellery shops, fast food chains and most interestingly Chinese medical stores.  Walking into one of the many Chinese medicine stores will baffle you with the items of unknown dried products on offer.  Asking about these weird items only leaves you with […]

September 13

Samburu County and the Camel Derby at Maralal

  Ever thought you could enter a camel race and win $230 and to top it off watch a marriage ceremony of the Samburu people? Maralal, in the Samburu county of Kenya, was named so for the shiny tin roofs of the White settlers. Picture a charming little town of many shops, hotels, restaurants and […]