Kenya Safari: African Paradise Vacation
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Kenya Safari: African Paradise Vacation

Mornings were cool. Dry. And oddly quiet. We’d heard hippos and baboons at night, maybe hyenas, too, and a bunch of “Who knows?” sounds. Here in the Maasai Mara Game Reserve on the Kenya-Tanzania border, it could be an elephant, rhino, even lion. Whatever, it was extraordinary. And that’s exactly why we’d come to Africa….

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Kenya Safari: I Dreamed of Africa for 60 Years

When I was four, the head reference librarian of the Chicago Public Library – who just happened to be my dear Uncle Herb – gave me a book featuring fascinating photos of the Maasai and Samburu people of Kenya. “Look Carolyn!” he said. “Someday you’ll go to Africa. And these people will be there to…

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Not Your Mama’s Basic Bus Tour

“Sit here, mama, you’ll get a good view of the countryside.” Mama! Did this young stud muffin-the one who’s ushering me to a seat at the front of the bus-just call me Mama? Not even a week into my long-awaited, dream trip to Kenya, Africa and I’m unceremoniously catapulted into the geriatric crowd. The guy…

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