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Some Negative Aspects about Wildlife Tourism

06th September 2010
Tourism is the depicted as the best contributor of foreign exchange in many countries. This is in fact a multi-billion industry that offers the best in tour and safari packages. The name wildlife tourism means watching animal in the best natural habitat... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Why You Should Visit Egypt

27th August 2010
Egypt has a wonderful story to itself. It first appears in the bible in the book of exodus as the country where the Israelites really suffered before they were set free to go and settle in Canaan by Moses from King Pharaoh. Egypt is the land of great king... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Owning Eternal Classic Handbags

11th August 2010
As we all know fashion tide is dynamic.There are various fashion things appearing in the fashion tides. With those fashion tides, "out of fashion" or "behind the times" are frequently appeared. But there are some classic handbags still on the front end of... Read >
Author: yan

How Lt. Col. John Henry Patterson Killed the Tsavo Man Eaters

13th July 2010
In March of 1898, the British sent Lt. Col. John Henry Patterson to lead the construction of a railway bridge over the Tsavo River. The project was to be a smooth sail and take not more than six months. This was not to happen as the Tsavo man eaters' wrec... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Kikuyu Family and Marriage Traditions

09th July 2010
The Kikuyu are very interesting people. They hold on to their traditions and beliefs very strongly though outwardly, you would think that they do not. The family is the central and most important unit in this community. This includes the nuclear family ... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Kenya Traditional Customary Marriage

09th July 2010
In Kenya, marriage is a very important part of the well being of the whole nation. You will find that most families and people in Kenya regard with higher esteem someone who is married than the one who is not. When one gets to an age where the relatives... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Tribal Identities in Kenya

09th July 2010
There are about forty different tribes in Kenya. These tribes have different ways of life and customs. Though they are different, there are things that unite them. These include the dressing, food, entertainment and language. To look at a few of these wil... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Get to Know Some Kenya National Customs

09th July 2010
Customs are an important part of the Kenyan culture. We shall look at some of the customs almost practiced by all of the forty tribes in the country. The first one is paying bride price. This happens when someone wants to marry a woman. He will take som... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Communication Styles In Kenya

09th July 2010
In Kenya, communication styles vary according to age, class and gender. Generally when starting a conversation, one foremost asks about the health, family and business of the other person. Communication is supposed to leave the other person's spirit up.... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Kenya's Gift Giving Custom

09th July 2010
Kenyans love giving gifts to each other, to their workers and family friends especially during religious holidays and special days in the other person's life. The gifts are meant to make the other person feel appreciated and add value to their life. Gifts... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

Greetings in Kenya

09th July 2010
The most common greeting is the handshake. Depending on the relationship you have with the other person, the handshake will differ. For a close friend, the handshake is very firm and might be prolonged. For a casual acquaintance, the handshake is not prol... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

The Kenya National Way of Dressing

30th June 2010
Unlike the neighboring counties of Uganda and Rwanda, Kenya does not have a national dress. Efforts to come up with one in 2006 were successful but the people did not embrace it. The people of Kenya have embraced the Kitenge from West Africa as there nati... Read >
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Dining Etiquette in Kenya

30th June 2010
When invited to a Kenyan home for a meal, show on time. It is rude to turn down a request especially at the last hour. During a function, food is plenty. The guests are given delicacies that are cooked by the women. These include meat, pilau, mukimo and s... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

The Kikuyu Cultural Practices

21st June 2010
Being the largest ethnic group in Kenya, they have a lot to do with the political and social climate in the land. About four centuries ago, the kikuyu migrated to their present home. This is the slopes of Mount Kenya formerly known by the kikuyu as Kiriny... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition

The Famous Five of Kenya

19th June 2010
The famous five also known us the big five are the Lion, leopard, buffalo, the elephant and the buffalo. They live in the savanna grassland of Kenya. The Lion also known as the King of the Jungle is the most famous. It lives in a pride of up to 3 males an... Read >
Author: adventure africa expedition
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