30-04-2021 di redazione
With all the problems caused by the lack of tourism in Kenya over the past year, due to the well-known causes of force majeure, there is some small relief that concerns Nature and the animal world.
26-04-2021 di redazione
The story of the first Chinese to land on the shores of the Indian Ocean is six hundred years old.
According to Beijing scholars who recently published a book on the voyages of the great oriental navigators, it was in fact 1417 when Zeng He arrived in Malindi with...
22-04-2021 di redazione
The renewal of the DPCM by Prime Minister Draghi last March did not change anything in fact regarding travel beyond Europe, i.e. the so-called 'Schengen area'. Thus, travel for tourism remains officially prohibited
19-04-2021 di redazione
Crows are increasing dramatically on the coast and residents are again organising themselves, as they did some 20 years ago, to restore the right biological balance by controlling their reproduction.
The Indian House Crow, known as the Indian House Crow, likes...
13-04-2021 di redazione
Kakamega Forest is the last corner in Kenya of the great tropical rainforest that stretched across central Africa.
Located in north-western Kenya, 35 km from Lake Victoria, the Kakamega Forest stretches along an undulating terrain between the Yala and Isiukhu rivers at an altitude of about 1600 metres
10-04-2021 di redazione
I don't think that Kenyans know the nursery rhyme that my grandmother used to sing to me when I was a child: "it's raining, it's raining, the cat doesn't move, we light the candle, we say good evening..." also because here candles are expensive and wear out quickly, better the paraffin lantern (hoping that some eco-fuel will arrive soon, and not only to the rich of the West).
06-04-2021 di redazione
The business of so-called 'green gold' has also arrived on the Kenyan coast.
We are talking about bamboo and its cultivation for commercial purposes.
Two years ago in Europe there was a boom in the cultivation of giant bamboo, which until then had been...
02-04-2021 di redazione
The allergy of Italians to foreign languages is well known.
When they go abroad, their ignorance is often backed up by very valid alibis ("the teacher hated me at school", "during a trip to England I caught chicken pox") and some venial lies...