How does a highly mobile expat family celebrate Christmas? This is the story of one multicultural family’s Christmas tradtions.
by Mawlid al-Nabi (Arabic: مَولِد النَّبِي), also called Mawlid, is a festive observance of the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) by some Muslims. It is a cultural expression, and not a religious obligation or global practice. Due to Islam using a lunar calendar, Mawlid will occur this year on October 29th, 2020. This post […]
by Kenya is a land of extremes, a country that evokes images of wild animals, dusty savannahs and Maasai tribesmen. It is a country of white sand beaches, active volcanoes, and the Great Rift Valley. In the cool highlands in the south of the country lies Nairobi, Kenya’s capital. Please check out our Nairobi City […]
by We set up our tent on a bluff high above a river. We figure with a cliff at our back we only have to worry about animals approaching from the front. At dusk, we light a fire and barbeque steak and sausages. As the sun descends we hear hyenas cackling and the sounds of […]
by Learn more about the conservation work of the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Kenya and how you can be a part of its mission of saving elephants who have been orphaned due to poaching. A visit to the Trust is also a wonderful, hands-on way to teach children about conservation. Saving Elephants in Kenya […]