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This website is a travel blog called, Amble Unbound. My name is Aaron K and my greatest passion in life is for travel and exploring the world. Follow along as I visit distant lands, search for exotic wildlife and traverse rough terrain, all while seeking a deeper understanding of life's purpose and meaning. To learn more about my story, please click below. Thank you!

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Inland Kenya, 2011

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Hey cool, i’m figuring out how to post my Youtube videos on my website! Slowly but surely things are coming together. I wish i knew someone who was an expert at this computer stuff. My brain feels like its gonna melt through the back of my head at any moment…

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Maasai Mara Safari | Part 2

By | Kenya 2011 | No Comments

Up before dawn we crawled into our safari van. The night sky, illuminated by the light of a full moon, hang overhead. And beyond those hills, was Africa! A full day game drive was before me and I couldn’t wait!! It was freezing though. No one told me it gets…

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Maasai Mara Safari | Part 1

By | Kenya 2011 | No Comments

My time had finally come! I was going on an African safari! I had dreamed of seeing lions, zebras, elephants and wildebeest all my life, and now I was actually on my way to see them in their natural habitat. The first expo of my internship in Kenya was over…

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17 Ways to Get Grounded

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We all have a higher mind, our consciousness, where our intuition sits. But we can’t see it, or grab it, because it exists, for the most part, outside of this physical reality. In my journey, I’ve been researching how to develop and utilize my higher mind, and I’ve learned some…

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Wasini Island, Kenya

By | Kenya 2011 | No Comments

Living on an island off the coast of Kenya had me feeling a bit like Robinson Crusoe. I’m lying in bed, every muscle aching from the day’s work, but sleep eludes me. Flashes of bright light followed by a whip-crack of thunder keep me awake. The torrential downpour and strong…

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Camping Near Kilimanjaro

By | Kenya 2011 | One Comment

The tropical forest of the east African coast was amazing, but it was the quintessential Africa, the vast plains and harsh bush I had dreamed of. It was 6 weeks into my Kenya volunteership and I was having the time of my life! Every day was a totally new and…

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Getting Sick in Africa

By | Kenya 2011 | No Comments

Getting sick when you visit rural Africa was unavoidable, it would seem. Everyone came down with either dehydration, stomach infections, heat exhaustion, infected cuts or sores, you name it. Life was just tough. Of course, I myself was not immune to the harsh climate of the Kenyan tropics. After a…

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Jungle Book Kenya

By | Kenya 2011 | No Comments

Crowned hornbills fly overhead as I make my way through this rural town in Kenya, surrounded by dense, green forest and a Discovery Channel-esque vibe. I must be careful to avoid the sharp coral-rag entrenched in the ground, threatening to cut my feet as I walk; my sandals offer little…

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