It was our second to last weekend in Malawi and the day before Easter. The TV droned on, babbling on about something unimportant, on and on and on! I could see how this weekend was panning out and there is quite possibly nothing that annoys me more than […]
Why bother with rockets and spacesuits, when you’ve got the D1991 road straight to the moon, just an hour from Swakopmund?!
What better way to kick 2015 in the bucket than to escape to a remote lake island and t0 leave it all behind…
You’re home alone with the kids. Do you stay home or do you pack a bag and go somewhere you’ve never been before?
We rolled into the park, armed with binoculars, camera’s and chips to keep the kids quiet! Within 100 metres of entering Etosha Park, there seemed to be a steady flow of elephants, zebra and springbok crossing the road. As with most of us folk who enjoy a bit […]
A breeze picks up. It sways the ‘out of reach’ canopy of green, rustling the leaves and taunting the animals below. Sporadic black clouds puff about, promising big rain but dropping nothing. The parched earth seemingly on fire – forces the animals to seek shade. They wait; motionless, […]
I can’t count how many times I have driven past the Grande Hotel, staring up at this magnificent, yet derelict building and wondering how to get in! I can hear some of my smart ars readers saying, ‘Well just use the door,’ but of course it’s not that […]
When I visit the Vumba Mountains, I feel like I’m being swept up in a fairy-tale, a make belief world! For me this enchanting land stirs up the memories and imagination of a child; with mist that pours over the mountain edges like frothy white milk, monkey ropes […]
Rule number one for a trip to Gorongosa: Crack open an ice cold beer as you hit the dirt road, slow right down, open the windows, breathe in the fresh air and of course crank up our Gorongosa camping anthem song – ‘The lion sleeps tonight!’ It does […]