She lays at the edge of the pool. Everyone is worried, but she is not, everyone is looking for money, power and food around the world but she is not, she is just there laying enjoying the afternoon sun. Shadows infuriate her, see they make a good basking spot cold and she is confounded. She … Continue reading What’s in a Name
Continued from: On the Falling Waters of River Chania. Part One. (Read Here) A Piece of Sheet A reader pressed forward a concern that Zaina Falls is on Zaina River not Chania River because the two rivers merge shortly after the beautiful water fall which took us back to Chania River for the second time. … Continue reading The Falling Waters of River Chania. Part Two.
I can barely explain what exactly it is about Central Province countryside but I think I will be in Nyeri for a very long time. Now, if you have been dennispetersblog since day one then you know I was never a small town kind of person but you do not know until you try it … Continue reading The Falling Waters of River Chania
Have you ever seen the sunrise over the mountains at dawn when the ground is still wet with dew, water still frozen to ice as if moaning the absence of sun during the night, snow converting slowly to a pool of water trickling subsequently down their accustomed path, serene, peaceful and your breathing disorienting the … Continue reading Climbing Mt Kenya. Part Four.
Continued from: Climbing Mt. Kenya. Part One. Climbing Mt. Kenya. Part Two. Elites of the Society The degree you earn or deserve is not a meal ticket in life, rather a licence to hunt – Mr Polycarp Igathe.(The Managing Director Vivo Energy Kenya) On Friday afternoon, I had the opportunity to witness the flagging off … Continue reading Climbing Mt. Kenya. Part Three.
Continued from Climbing Mt. Kenya. Part One. Aiming for Resilience. The chairman Climb to Educate Charity Campaign, Mr Brian Manana must have read Climbing Mt. Kenya. Part One. To the very best of luck he granted me a chance to interview him on a documentary about this event and shed some light on this trending … Continue reading Climbing Mt. Kenya. Part Two.
The Genesis “Dad, do you think from here to Nairobi is further than from the foot to the top of Mt. Kenya?” I asked Mr Njenga one sunny, festive afternoon as he drove through the green savannahs of the Central Province. “There is a difference between height and length son.” He replied vaguely to my … Continue reading Climbing Mt. Kenya. Part One.