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Kenya Safaris: Walking with Warriors

There are really two kinds of safaris in Kenya. One is where every attempt is made to make you feel as though you have stepped back in time into a romantic Africa: lots of leather and brass furnishings, luxurious drapes and a cocktail offered every time you turn around. The other is where no attempt is made to re-create that romantic Euro-centric illusion. It’s where the Africa of old and new meet in a much more meaningful way.
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Posted in: walking safaris, Top Trips to Kenya, Tribes of Kenya, Tribes of Africa

Tanzania Safaris: Singing Stones of the Serengeti in East Africa by David Bristow

The Serengeti Game Reserve in Tanzania is home to ancient painted stones that sing when struck. Discover this sacred site on your East African safari. In ancient times in Africa, there was an important kind of music that issued forth, virtually from the ground. In his book ‘The Lightning Bird’ paranormal scientific writer Lyall Watson alludes to special stones. The book is a biography of Adrian Boshier who was initiated into the way of the spirits, the ancient lore of Africa, by one tribe.
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Posted in: David Bristow, Kenya Safaris, Serengeti Game Reserve, Top Trips to Kenya, Singing Stones of Africa, Tanzania Safaris

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