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Anne
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Post Battlefield tours from Lions Bluff - dates set
on: April 21, 2014, 16:04
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1. Hosted by Lions Bluff Lodge and Mr James Willson The only East African Member of the International Guild of Battlefield Guides.
2. This is the centenary year commemorating the start of WW1. We are offering you SIX opportunities to learn about the WW1 action in Taita Taveta county while enjoying the LUMO Community Wildlife Sanctuary.
3. For those that wish we arrange transport to and from coast.
4. Min 4 pax Max 12 pax
5. Residents and non residents treated the same!
6. All welcome.
7. World War 1 trip dates. 1) April: 26; 27 and 28th. 2) May: 13; 14 and 15th. 3) May: 28; 29;30th. 4) June: 13; 14 and 15th.5) June: 23; 24 and 25th. 6) July: 4; 5 and 6th.

Iain Leckie
Lions Bluff Lodge
P.O. Box 80658 – 80100
Mombasa – Kenya

Tel:0722782627

iain@lionsblufflodge.com
http://www.lionsblufflodge.com

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5 thoughts on “Forum – Questions, Promotions and Travel”

  1. I have not been able to find an explanation for the story of P. J. Pretorius and his connection to the Konigsberg not being part of the official history of the war. Can anyone enlighten me about this?

    My best wishes to you and yours.

    Sam

  2. As an Army Officer I am about to be posted to Kenya for a couple of years. I would be interested in running a battlefield tour of the WW1 sites in the country next year and would welcome suggestions and help from the experts.

  3. I am currently attempting to research the life story of one of the men recorded on our local ww1 memorial. His name us Sidney Evans and I know he served with ‘Bowker’s Horse’, He died 28th November 1918 at Florida Farm and is buried at the cemetery in Nakuru. I have discovered a newspaper article which names Samuel Evans claiming probate in East Africa. I am interested in how he came to be in East Africa and the circumstances of his death, also whether Samel remained there. I wonder if anyone is able to help?

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