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The El-Molo are the smallest ethnic group in Kenya, numbering about 300 people. They originally settled in the north of Lake Turkana but were forced by the other tribes to move south to the small islands. There are now gathered into two villages, Anderi and Illah, respectively 150 and 70 inhabitants.  The Samburu name for El molo means "the people who eat fish". As a matter of fact, the El-Molo's life is based on fishing, and that is why they suffer greatly of the increasing pollution of…

The El-Molo are the smallest ethnic group in Kenya, numbering about 300 people. They originally settled in the north of Lake Turkana but were forced by the other tribes to move south to the small islands. There are now gathered into two villages, Anderi and Illah, respectively 150 and 70 inhabitants. The Samburu name for El molo means "the people who eat fish". As a matter of fact, the El-Molo's life is based on fishing, and that is why they suffer greatly of the increasing pollution of…

The El-Molo are the smallest ethnic group in Kenya, numbering about 300 people.They originally settled in the north of Lake Turkana but were forced by the other tribes to move south to the small islands. There are now gathered into two villages, Anderi and Illah, respectively 150 and 70 inhabitants. The Samburu name for El-Molo means "the people who eat fish". As a matter of fact, the El-Molo's life is based on fishing, and that is why they suffer greatly of the increasing pollution of the…

The El-Molo are the smallest ethnic group in Kenya, numbering about 300 people.They originally settled in the north of Lake Turkana but were forced by the other tribes to move south to the small islands. There are now gathered into two villages, Anderi and Illah, respectively 150 and 70 inhabitants. The Samburu name for El-Molo means "the people who eat fish". As a matter of fact, the El-Molo's life is based on fishing, and that is why they suffer greatly of the increasing pollution of the…

Get thee to Queenstown - An introduction. Have you ever been somewhere for a holiday that completely blows you away? The kind of destination you can’t stop thinking about. The kind of place which makes you think seriously for a moment (or honestly more than a few moments) about the likelihood of packing up your day to day life to move there? For us recently it was the South Island of New Zealand, specifically Queenstown.

Get thee to Queenstown - An introduction

Get thee to Queenstown - An introduction. Have you ever been somewhere for a holiday that completely blows you away? The kind of destination you can’t stop thinking about. The kind of place which makes you think seriously for a moment (or honestly more than a few moments) about the likelihood of packing up your day to day life to move there? For us recently it was the South Island of New Zealand, specifically Queenstown.

Bald Head Island (North Carolina) - The South’s Best Beaches - Southernliving. Life on Bald Head moves at a much slower pace, so you’ll immediately feel at ease once you trade your vehicle for a golf cart—no cars are allowed on the isle. You’ll arrive via a ferry from the mainland and settle into the lazy, subtropical environment. baldheadisland.com

Bald Head Island (North Carolina) - The South’s Best Beaches

Bald Head Island (North Carolina) - The South’s Best Beaches - Southernliving. Life on Bald Head moves at a much slower pace, so you’ll immediately feel at ease once you trade your vehicle for a golf cart—no cars are allowed on the isle. You’ll arrive via a ferry from the mainland and settle into the lazy, subtropical environment. baldheadisland.com

El Molo tribe woman in Turkana lake - Kenya    Layeni village, Turkana lake, north Kenya  The El-Molo are the smallest ethnic group in Kenya, numbering about 300 people.  They originally settled in the north of Lake Turkana but were forced by the other tribes to move south to the small islands. There are now gathered into two villages, Anderi and Illah, respectively 150 and 70 inhabitants.  The Samburu name for El molo means "the people who eat fish". As a matter of fact, the El-Molo's life…

El Molo tribe woman in Turkana lake - Kenya Layeni village, Turkana lake, north Kenya The El-Molo are the smallest ethnic group in Kenya, numbering about 300 people. They originally settled in the north of Lake Turkana but were forced by the other tribes to move south to the small islands. There are now gathered into two villages, Anderi and Illah, respectively 150 and 70 inhabitants. The Samburu name for El molo means "the people who eat fish". As a matter of fact, the El-Molo's life…

Beach cottages fiji.  Dream house, dream life.  This is me all the way.  When I talk about my beach house, this is it.

Beach cottages fiji. Dream house, dream life. This is me all the way. When I talk about my beach house, this is it.

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