Somewhere deep in East Africa lies a neglected sub-lake up in the heights of Mau on the Timboroa peak. Unknown to the daily travelers who ply the great North Road to Uganda, South Sudan, Congo Rwanda, Burundi and Northern Kenya, is an interesting tale concerning the lake. The background of the story is set in England in 1700s. The story stretches from Europe to East Africa, Kenya White Highlands. More
A Journey Into A World Beneath is briefly sizzled with romance of old times. From the beginning, you are bound to feel being part of the characters in the story. Sure enough, you will travel the journey and explore too, for out of the tale, rises the living story… The Journey into a world beneath is based on a true legend that lives around the small lake on the heights of the Mau. The Mau rises from the Western side of The Great Rift and drops all the way to the Lake Victoria. It provides the water that feeds Lake Victoria and thus the River Nile. Mau heights hold some of the world's largest craters. The heights rise well over 9,000 feet above sea level. The story centers on one of the heights which is the Timboroa peak. Timboroa is a real place. To its westerly side lie the heights of the Nandi Hills where the Nandi warriors battled the British for ten years until when their leader was murdered in cold blood by a British soldier. These heights have their own story. It is also where the Maa fought the Nandi for grazing grounds. But the legend here has naught to do with the wars. Nature has a way of demonstrating its power to man. When traveling up North in Kenya, remember to look out the window of your vehicle while at at the Timboroa heights, for to your right, ten meters from the road, lies our lake. You can't miss it if you are an observant traveler. If you have time, you could alight and ask around, for the legend still lives on!