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My first stop in Kenya was an area around Lake Naivasha. One day I hired a bike and cycled to one of two national parks, which you can visit without any guide. Means you have vast fields with herds of zebras grazing around, funny looking running giraffes, dangerous buffalos all just for yourself. If you prefer nature to wildlife, the Lower Gorge will with no doubt satisfy your needs.
Ghana (118 photos in 8 categories)
Kenya (77 photos in 8 categories)
Marocco (44 photos in 1 categories)
Senegal (64 photos in 5 categories)
Sierra Leone (51 photos in 4 categories)
South Africa (18 photos in 1 categories)
Tanzania (140 photos in 9 categories)
China (91 photos in 7 categories)
India (408 photos in 24 categories)
- Backwaters, Belur And Halebid, Black And White Snaps, Buddhist Sikkim, Cham Dance, Cochin (Kochi), Cochin - Chinese Nets (Cheena vala), Elephant Training Center, Golden Langur, Golden Temple, Namdroling Monastery, Hampi - Nature, Hampi Historical, Jaipur, Jaipur fabric factory, Jaipur slum dwellers, Kathakali, Kaziranga NP, Kodagu (Coorg) Hills, Mysore, Nagaland, Ooty, Shekhawati, The People, Theyyam Ritual Dance
Indonesia (124 photos in 5 categories)
Malaysia (92 photos in 6 categories)
Myanmar (Burma) (103 photos in 9 categories)
Vietnam (36 photos in 2 categories)
Czech republic (93 photos in 7 categories)
Denmark (8 photos in 1 categories)
England (31 photos in 3 categories)
Italy (16 photos in 1 categories)
Malta (9 photos in 1 categories)
Netherlands (36 photos in 3 categories)
Norway (506 photos in 26 categories)
- Autumn In Hemsedal, Autumn in Nordmarka, Best of 2001, Best of 2002, Best of 2003, Best of 2004, Best of 2005, Best of 2006, Best of 2007, Best Of 2008, Best Of 2009, Best Of 2010, Best Of 2011, Best Of 2012, Best Of 2013, Fjorda In Autumn, Hemsedal In Winter, Jotunheimen, Jotunheimen II, Land Of Fjords, Lofoten, Lofoten 2013, Nærøyfjord World Heritage Area, Svalbard, The Telemark Canal (Telemarkskanalen), Winter 2009
Sweden (18 photos in 1 categories)
Štramberk is a historical city along the foothills of the Beskydy Mts. Its history goes as far as 1211 when firs settlement was recorded and on December the 4th 1359 Moravian margrave Jan Jindřich Lucemburský, son of the Czech King Jan Lucemburský gave the place statute of a town. Štramberk kept its historical charm and places like tower Trúba are becoming magical when night covers the city.
Four more photos of sunsets in Arusha were added to the gallery of Tanzania and closed the whole adventurous Tanzanian trip. The next stop in East Africa will a neighbour of Tanzania, Kenya. Till then, have nice summer!
I decided to make a small experiment so the last couple of photos from Tanzania are mostly colorized images and you can find couple of black and white shots of Shambaa people as well.
While trekking through Usambara mountains you are sure to meet people of Shambaa tribe. Malaria free mountains and fertile land allowed them to settle there. I found the Shambaa very friendly, lively and allways keeping smile...
There are just a couple of places left in Tanzania, that were not discovered by mass tourism yet. Usambara mountains are known for its powerful witches of Shambaa tribe, they provide a relaxed atmosphere, cool temperatures, no electricity and no hot water unless you boil it on fire. And that is the magic of this place.
Ngorongoro is 20km wide crater, the world's largest unbroken volcanic caldera and what is even more interesting, you can see there most of wildlife species found in East Africa. ngorongoro provides enough perfect conditions for animals whole year round and therefore the animals do not migrate as it is common in other parks. fantastic experience..!
"wanna see how a spice island really looks like? ask mr. mitu, he is the right person to talk to" was recommendation from one of travellers we met on our trip. so we did and after a day spent in central zanzibar, we did not regret. our guide told us all about spices that were and are growen here, we tasted hundreds of different fruits, visited ancient persian-style baths used by sultan and at the end of a day, we relaxed at a remote beach... so, next time you go to zanzibar, do not forget to ask mr. mitu..