The Vessel with the cars on board, arrived today in Mombasa.
We are just waiting to hear from Mombasa, if the cars have docked!
The Cars that have been donated by Linda and her team, are still on their journey to Kenya. We have an ETA here in kenya for them which is 11th October. It will take about 5-8 days to clear the port in Mombasa, onced cleared they will be driven, up through Kenya, Uganda, and finally the Congo.
Will keep you all updated.
I was raised in Kenya’s Rift Valley on the shores of Lake Naivasha and sent off to England for my schooling and university education. I was awarded a Diploma from The Mohammed Amin Foundation School for Journalism, covering photo journalism, directing, editing and producing.
My work has been varied since then, working with film crews and coodinating logistics for all sorts of people including the BBC, NBC, Turner Productions, National Geographic, Discovery, Imax, and not to forget my stint on Oserian flower farm, which is one of the largest privately-owned flower farms in the world. This farm is part of the Fare-trade Group, have their own Geo thermal plant, which now generates all the electricity for the farm, and is renowned for being one of the most environmental flower farms in Africa.
I have also worked in Europe and the Middle East but I am now back home, married to Maarten and settled in Kenya.
I am passionate about Wildlife, photography, deep sea fishing (Tag & release of course!) and I collect feathers and rocks on my travels.
Chocolate is my downfall.
I am in charge of the Nairobi based logistics for Virunga National Park. Many of the supplies such as uniforms, vehicles and other items have to route through Nairobi to Virunga and require follow up at this end.