Another Land Honeyguide

Special Film Issue:  April 2009

Spruce up for Spring!
Change your mood with these great throw pillows in bright spring colors.
Made from Amias Project suede and traditional kitenge cloth. 
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Spring Market
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April 18
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The Story of the Honeyguide
Our periodic email newsletter is named after the Greater Honey Guide, a bird that has developed the remarkable habit of leading tribespeople to wild bees' nests, with the promise of honeycomb and grubs once the humans have opened the nest and taken the honey.

The complementary relationship shared by bird and human represents the newsletter's goal - to periodically lead readers to new and timely bits of information about East African wildlife, culture, and travel.

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Don't miss Bizarre Foods Tanzania on Tuesday, April 14, 10pm EST

Nichole Directing a shoot in Tanzania
Have you noticed our tag line?  "The Story of Africa: Live it, Watch it, Wear it."  We give you opportunities to Live It through travel and to Wear It through the Amias Project.  And more and more often, through the hard work of our media division, we are giving you ways to Watch It.  The new season of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern premiers on Tuesday, April 14 with the Tanzania episode field produced by Another Land.   And if you missed them, you can still catch re-runs of Ethiopia and Uganda on the Travel Channel.
Yes, the media division has been busy.  This year is filling up with exciting opportunities to do what we do best:  Tell the stories of Africa.
Don't forget to tune in to the Travel Channel on Tuesday night!

Another Land and The Amias Project
The Story of Africa: Live it, Watch it, and Wear it. 

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Bizarre Foods Tanzania 
 Andrew Zimmern at the meat camp
Tuesday, April 14, 2009
10:00 pm EST
Confirm show times by checking your local listings.
In this Episode
Watch Andrew visit a Maasai meat camp, drink cows blood, eat Kiburu with the Chagga and more.
Did you know?
  • The Maasai meat camp, or Orpul, is a traditional 5 day ceremony in which men eat as much meat as they can stomach.  Gives a whole new take on the all-you-can-eat buffet!
  • One of the ingredients in Kiburu is dirt.
  • Andrew is as laid back and easy going in person as he appears in the show
  • This episode was shot during the coldest July on record in Tanzania.  Some of the crew, who had warmer expectations of a shoot in Africa and hadn't thought to bring hats, resorted to wrapping their heads in T shirts and boxers in an attempt to stay warm.
  • The media division is run by Another Land founder, Nichole Smaglick, who oddly enough doesn't own a TV.

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Catch re-runs of Ethiopia and Uganda
Andrew Zimmern with FoodBizarre Foods Show times:  
April 14:
6:00 pm EST - Uganda
7:00 pm EST - Ethiopia
10:00 pm EST
Season Premier:  Tanzania!