A Magical Safari: Kenya’s Elephant Quest – Sidelines’ Writer Heads To Africa To Ride, Visit Orphan Elephants and Photograph Wildlife
Thursday, March 02 2017 by Editor
By Lauren R. Giannini When I visited Kenya for the third time, accompanied by several friends who were first-timers to Africa, I knew they were in for the trip of a lifetime. Our safari, Elephant Quest, surpassed all of our greatest hopes and expectations. The wildlife was absolutely amazing. We didn’t see one lion —
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Where have we been? On lovely exotic island drinking adult bevvies with fruit and umbrellas NOT – we have been working our derriere off – meeting deadlines! Sorry for the prolonged absence, but sometimes you gotta do what you gotta do.