Aggie Mackenzie

Aggie Cycles Kenya: After 400km, I'm Back Now!

Aggie MacKenzie | Posted 04.05.2012 | UK Lifestyle
Aggie MacKenzie

I liken the experience to childbirth: absolutely relentlessly hellish in parts, goes on painfully for a good long while but when it's all over and done, the feeling is of euphoria and achievement...and any tough memories are instantly erased. And, like having babies, I know I'll sign up for another at some point soon.

Aggie Cycles Kenya: Kisumu - Home!

Aggie MacKenzie | Posted 09.01.2012 | UK
Aggie MacKenzie

The ride is over but this isn't the end of the journey! Today we transfer by road to Nakuru. to spend the night at Waterbuck Hotel. I can't wait to sleep in a bed and let what I've just done really sink in.

Aggie Cycles Kenya: Nairobi - Nyeri

Aggie MacKenzie | Posted 31.12.2011 | UK Lifestyle
Aggie MacKenzie

We're up in the Central Highlands on the edge of the Aberdale National Park but even here we can't escape a reminder of Blighty. Our warm-up ride is around Baden Powell's grave so a cheery start to the trip.

Aggie on Masterchef

Aggie MacKenzie | Posted 18.11.2011 | UK Entertainment
Aggie MacKenzie

If you've ever watched MasterChef and thought it looked as if it might be a stressful thing to do, you are spot-on.