Monthly Archives: June 2014

Ban poaching together with legal hunters


Lake Nakuru national park used to have white rhinos, thousands of wild beasts and hundreds of elephants. That’s what a park ranger told me less than two years ago when i went for an adventure in the park with a few friends. It was on Christmas day of 2012 to be specific. With my expectations so high, i was looking forward to seeing some if not all of the big five animals, but that wasn’t to happen. Going round the lake in the park, all i saw were wild beasts, buffaloes & managed to see one rhino from a far distance. The rest of the day, we kept struggling trying to spot animals but the only animal we were in luck to see more often were flamingos and wild beasts. At some point, IĀ even wished a random snake could just appear and give us the thrill that we were in a national park full of forests & dangerous wild animals for heaven sake. It was like roaming inside a large animal orphanage. So boring. Read the rest of this entry


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Wellcome to my blog my name is Beth i live in Wales in the UK its full of green grass and lots of hill oh and sheep haha.i wanted to start a blog so i could write about my life , my journey on finding my self , my kids and anything that is on my mind which could be anything from make up , men , chocolate ANYTHING. I suppose its sort of like a dairy.i dont get to spent as much time as i would like on here but starting from today i am going to make the time even if its for just 10 small moments

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