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In this book, the author of Seven Gothic Tales gives a true account of her life on her plantation in Kenya. She tells with classic simplicity of the ways of the country and the natives: of the beauty of the Ngong Hills and coffee trees in blossom: of her guests, from the Prince of Wales to Knudsen, the old charcoal burner, who visited her: of primitive festivals: of big game that were her near neighbors--lions, rhinos, elephants, zebras, buffaloes--and of Lulu, the little gazelle who came to live with her, unbelievably ladylike and beautiful. Read more product details on Out Of Africa | Buy It Now!
In an open cart Elspeth Huxley set off with her parents to travel to Thika in Kenya. As pioneering settlers, they built a house of grass, ate off a damask cloth spread over packing cases, and discovered--the hard way--the world of the African. With an extraordinary gift for detail and a keen sense of humor, Huxley recalls her childhood on the small farm at a time when Europeans waged their fortunes on a land that was as harsh as it was beautiful. For a young girl, it was a time of adventure and freedom, and Huxley paints an unforgettable portrait of growing up among the Masai and Kikuyu people, discovering both the beauty and the terrors of the jungle, and enduring the rugged realities of the pioneer life..
In 1898 John H. Patterson arrived in East Africa with a mission to build a railway bridge over the Tsavo River. What started out as a simple engineering problem, however, soon took on almost mythical proportions as Patterson and his mostly Indian workforce were systematically hunted by two man-eating lions over the course of several weeks...
Val Kilmer stars as Lt. Col. John Patterson, a 19th-century Irish engineer drafted by Britain's railroad bosses to build a trestle bridge over an African river, thus expanding the empire a tiny bit more. In Tsavo, Patterson is instantly hailed for killing a man-eating lion that had been making life hell for native workers. But morale sinks when a pair of unstoppable big cats devour more men and destroy the project. Along comes an Ahab-like, expatriate American hunter (Michael Douglas) to help Patterson face the almost preternatural powers of the two killers...
More than 30 years after the Academy Award triumph Born Free moved millions, To Walk With Lions brings you the dramatic continuation of George Adamson's fight to save Kenya's wildlife. Together with his young assistant Tony Fitzjohn, Adamson battles to keep the animals on his game reserve "Kora" from dangerous poachers and deadly "shifta" warriors who are determined to destroy rhinos and elephants for their tusks, and lions for their rich pelts.
Howard Hawks's 1962 adventure-comedy...A collection of professionals with a common goal--in this case, animal trapping in Tanganyika--forms a pocket community and holds each other to high standards in their work. This is a film about camaraderie, crisp banter, romance, and exciting action (the animal sequences are great)...by Tom Keogh
From National Geographic Television and Thirteen/WNET New York, Africa is a groundbreaking eight-hour series captured over two years of filming in 11 countries. This epic series presents Africa through the eyes of its people, conveying the diversity and beauty of the land and the compelling personal stories of the people who shape its future. Africa contains eight hours plus one-hour bonus program, "The Making of Africa."
Born Free is a bona fide family classic. The tale of how Kenya game warden George Adamson and his wife Joy (on whose book the film is based, with Virginia McKenna and Bill Travers in the principal roles) adopted and raised three orphaned lion cubs, taking a particular shine to the one they call Elsa before helping her return to the wild...
Based on the memoirs of Kuki Gallman, I Dreamed of Africa never comes close to living up to its title; the mood is more prosaic travelogue than oneiric wonderment. After a car accident warns Kuki of her mortality, she resolves to grow up, a process that mysteriously involves marrying a man she barely knows and moving with him and her young son to the wilds of South Africa. There she learns new beau Paolo is less reliable than she thought, but also that the sun-baked plains and roaming beasts of Africa speak to her in a way the nightlife of Italy did not...
Made from soft but tough cotton canvas Elephant Cloth, with functional features including bellows pockets, roll-tabs on the sleeves, and a deep back pleat for easy movement. In khaki, olive. Washable. Imported.
Waxed cotton canvas, an enduring favorite of outdoorsmen for years because it sheds water like a duck and holds its shape no matter how it's packed. And it's rugged, meaning you can trample it on the bottom of the canoe for a few days before you need it again, and it will survive. Color: brown. USA.
Don't lose track of your gear on the way to your next fishing destination. This carry-on-size case has eight adjustable, padded compartment dividers that allow it to safely carry up to ten reels of varying diameters or a variety of other gear. In light sage. Imported.
A sterling silver bracelet in the style of a traditional elephant hair bracelet. According to a 1,200-year-old legend, the wearer of elephant hair is protected from illness and harm. The two knots symbolize earth and nature. The strands represent the seasons, helping the wearer stay in rhythm with nature and in balance with the earth. Adjustable for a perfect fit. Made in South Africa by native craftsmen.
This collection of travel wear is created from highly advanced materials that look and feel like natural fibers. Supplex(R), a fabric that feels soft and supple, has a slight crepe texture, resists wear and tear and dries completely in under three hours. A gentle stretch enhances comfort. These basics are designed for easy mix and match. Just add your favorite accessories to go from the game preserve to a fine restaurant. A low maintenance basic that you'll choose for foreign journeys as well as local events. Pull on with an elastic waist and center back vent. In khaki. Washable.
This versatile, lightweight tote is woven of natural sisal straw with braided cowhide shoulder straps. The bag's roomy interior has a zippered pocket to secure your wallet and keys. Lined in cotton. In natural brown. Imported.Color shades vary as it is made of natural straw.
A durable stainless steel case and washable Zambezi twill strap make this watch a ruggedly handsome choice for casual wear. Watch face features luminous hands and numerals that display standard and military time. Alarm function produces a series of high-pitched beeps when activated. Sapphire crystal. Water-resistant to 165ft.
Great for travel as well as every day at home-tightly woven cotton/poly fabric rinses out at bedtime to be wrinkle free at breakfast. Short-sleeved shirt has slightly dropped collar, hemmed cuff, and rounded hem. With tiny pearlized buttons. Washable. Imported.
With 14 Pockets for Your Gear True adventure shorts made from soft, but very rugged, cotton twill. Fourteen pockets for all the gear and gadgets you take along. Specialty pockets include zipper security pocket, six hook-and-loop-closure pockets, as well as a D-ring and tool loop. Wear-resistant washable leather front-pocket facing and rear-pocket welts. Extra-wide cargo belt loops. Adjustable canvas strap on the waistband offers a custom fit.
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The great irony of John Barry's Academy Award-winning score for Out of Africa (which also took the Oscar as Best Picture) is that it almost never was; director Sydney Pollack had originally envisioned the film with native African music, going as far as laying the indigenous score down as he was editing. But the weight of John Barry's arguments--not to mention his considerable track record and composing gifts--held sway, and the composer delivered on his intent: a lush, romantic masterpiece for the ages. --Jerry McCulley
Africa is very proud of this artist. Hardstone's Uhiki song took Kenya by a storm and changed the sound of Kenyan pop music in the late 90's. Hardstone are just introducing themselves in the USA market, try this fun CD if you are interested in Hip Hop and Reggae music genres with a Swahili theme. Most songs in English lyrics.
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