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    Exploring the desert Lake Turkana in Kenya

    Friday, March 12, 2010

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    Exploring the desert Lake Turkana in Kenya
    Lake Turkana is located at the far Northern frontier in Kenya, moreover is regarded as one of the numerous natural wonders of the world. Lake Turkana is an enormous inland sea, in addition is known to be the deserted largest lake in the world (with a total area around 6,405 sq km). This particular body of saline water is more than 250 km long, which is a little longer when compared with the complete coast of Kenya. Lake Turkana is far and wide well-known as the Jade Sea, as of the outstanding, almost luminous, color of the waters of the lake. Subsequent to a long journey all the way through the scorching deserts in addition to lava flows from Northern Kenya, the spectacle of this enormous body of dazzling turquoise water approaches as an absurd, ghostly vision. Lake Turkana is a  [...]

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    Welcome To The Permanent Desert Lake Turkana, Kenya

    Monday, December 14, 2009

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    Welcome To The Permanent Desert Lake Turkana, Kenya
    The place is something which you would not have even imagined in your dreams; it’s the place where you find how life forms struggle to exist. Sitting at a comfortable couch and moving in a warm luxury car you cannot figure out how difficult it is for people in some parts of the world to manage some food and decent amount of clean water to sustain their lives. This place is more and unconnected than you would from collecting the data about the closest city and nearest airport. Lake Turkana is some 466 miles from Nairobi. It is also largest alkaline lake in the world apart from being the largest permanent desert lake. The place is really hot and the lands are barren making you ponder for hours that was it really fertile and the area was amazing place to place as claimed by historians. The  [...]

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