Kirinyaga

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Kirinyaga

(ˌkɪrɪnˈjɑːɡaː)
n
(Placename) the local name of Mount Kenya. See Kenya2
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The country's critical water towers are Aberdare Mountains, the Mau Forest complex, Mount Kenya, Mount Elgon, and the Cherangani Hills.
Their visit to Mount Kenya and Lake Elementaita gave them the opportunity to experience the beauty of Kenya in all its variety.
The areas affected included parts of Nairobi, Mount Kenya, Nyanza, Western, Rift Valley and Coast regions, according to the company.
The resorts offer unrivalled luxury and adventure in three iconic properties; The Norfolk, Mount Kenya Safari Club and Mara Safari Club.
Mount Kenya is second only to Kilimanjaro in Africa at around 5,200 metres in height.
A four-hour drive - be warned, terrible roads - took us to the town of Nanyuki and the historic Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club, originally founded by Hollywood great William Holden.
A four-hour drive on terrible roads took us to the town of Nanyuki and the historic Fairmont Mount Kenya Safari Club.
Out of sixteen known glaciers that existed a century ago, only seven remain today, and it is estimated that in the next thirty years, all the glaciers on Mount Kenya will have disappeared, largely because of climate change, while millions of people depend on the mountain for water.
Mount Kenya was visible from a corner of the barracks in which he was imprisoned, and having caught sight of it, Benuzzi found that 'life took on another rhythm, because it had a purpose'.
Bekris joins Raffles Dubai directly from his last role within FRHI, as the group executive chef for FRHI properties in Kenya: Fairmont Mara Safari Club, Fairmont Mount Kenya and Fairmont The Norfolk.
China University of Petroleum has secured a collaboration with Mount Kenya University (MKU) on training of experts in the oil sector.
The event will be the culmination of a summit at the Mount Kenya Safari Club in Laikipia, which aims to develop an Africa-wide response to the illegal wildlife trade, according to Kenyan newspaper (http://www.