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A Kenyan Wilderness Diary

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Hi -

I am new here at Fodor's and thought I would just introduce myself.

My name is Tanya. Kenya has been my home since....forever.

My husband Ian and I live in a magical place bordering the Tsavo National Park, with only lions and elephants as neighbors...anyone wishing to travel to Kenya can get a taster of our wonderful animals, birds and plants through my online photo-journal which I call my Wilderness Diary:

I'm not in the travel business, but nevertheless would like to say that Kenya is a great safari destination - please come!

You might ask what I do for work in this remote corner of paradise:

I work with the African Environmental Film Foundation - we produce educational films about diverse environmental and wildlife issues in Africa, narrated in African languages and distributed free of charge across the continent.

Looking forward to "meeting" everyone here,


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