Adventures in Kenya and Tanzania

 

  10 Responses to “Adventures in Kenya and Tanzania”

  1. Gorgeous. Can’t wait to see more. I see the links below so I’m off to check them out. Many kudos.

  2. Whoa!!!! I want to go too!!!! Are you going to go back where your grandparents did their missionary work? Cool site!!!

    Your ol’ pal, Al

  3. Edward, you are an amazing writer, great traveler and dear friend. Thanks for sharing!

  4. Maybe you can call it “Where in the World Is Eddie G.?” What a gorgeous website! Dollink, you are such an inspiring and delightful guy. I look forward to poring over this site often, thanks for putting it together. xoxozz

  5. Beautiful photo, Edward! I look forward to reading the entire journal.
    Much love.

  6. Wonderful site, Edward! Thank you and congratulations. Your pictures are poems. Look forward to traveling to Rwanda next :)

  7. Edward, what a fantastic virtual journey to enjoy! Stunning photos, and really wonderful writing – a huge treat and inspiration! Much love – JD

  8. Dear Edward– Did I mention to you that my former partner (of 18 years) was from Kenya? I went perhaps 8 or ten times during that 18 years–Keekorok, Treetops, Nyeri, Mombasa, Diani Beach, Lamu… The memories are astoundingly vivid and brought back by your reports… What I recall best (and has the strongest pull, viscerally) is the smell of vegetation burning by the side of the road. It was a smell I loved. Thank you for including me in this. Cheers, G

  9. What an amazing journey you’ve been on. Do you know Will Doherty(Stardust)? He’s spent a lot of time in AFrica the last couple years.An added plus for me was the link to your wonderful article about Thom Gunn.

  10. Hi, nice posts there :-) thank’s for the interesting information

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