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Somewhere in kilome..

Strange crucifix tree..

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Kili view from kilome

Kilimanjaro from kilome ©muokikioko 2017

Proop, proop, prooop

With their distinct light blue underbellies

Making loads of proop, proop sounds as they swarm an area

These annually migrating birds move in flocks from Europe and asia and are here on their way down to southern Africa and are known as ‘Eurasian Bee Eaters’.

Looking at their size and thinking of the journey they make annually gets me asking – if this small creation has the courage to cross oceans, desert’s and seas on its small wings ‘What does that say about a people that have Never visited the village next door’?

Snow in the skies..

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I was talking to a friend the other day and something caught my attention from behind them:
“a strangely shaped solo cloud”
or so I thought, but it had a flat top. Appearing above mature 30-40 year old eucalyptus trees my eyes kept shifting between my friend and this “cloud” until they turned, looked and asked..
“kwani u’ve never seen Kilimanjaro”?
I was looking at “the worlds highest free standing snow”
Then I remembered the description ‘worlds highest free standing mountain’. It’s height makes the top stick out somewhere in the middle of the skies especially when the slopes are not visible.

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©muoki kioko
2009-2016
email:muokikioko@gmail.com

Portraits of Kilome’s Primates

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..from the curious from a distance

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Attacked © muoki kioko 2016

..to the attacked

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Low ©muoki Kioko 2016

Feeling low

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The supervisor

to ‘the supervisor’

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©muoki kioko
2009-2016
email:muokikioko@gmail.com

Swimming in Kilome

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Swimming in kilome ©muokikioko 2016

Swimming lessons now offered in Kilome!
As you can see the pool area has a view which on clear days faces Kilimanjaro. Come relax with family or friends swimming as you have buffet. Accommodation is available for those wishing for a weekend outing as you explore climbing Mt.Kalembwani or visit Ilovoto waterfalls or get a guide to search for the rare Plantanna frogs.
Should you have forgotten shopping at a supermarket, ‘No Problem’ as there’s a convenience store just 10-15minutes from here.
Located on the Mombasa highway about 80kms on your right hand from Nairobi as you begin descending the 1st section with a climbing lane. Sign board marked ACK.

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©muoki kioko
2009-2016
email:muokikioko@gmail.com

Sky Dive Point..kilome

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Happy New Year 2016.

Imagine flying like a bird, taking in ALL the views below you – letting the winds aid you in travelling.

Have you been to ‘The Sky Diving Point’ in Kilome!? A 2hour hike from the base or 3hr drive from Nairobi the capital of kenya using a vehicle with good ground clearance.

photos and text
©muoki kioko
2009-2016
email:muokikioko@gmail.com

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