Tag Archive: camping

Last minute Easter plans: Cobham Nature Reserve

The deciding factor would not be the ‘lack’ of an electric kettle but to be in a beautiful place, close up to nature and away from bustling over crowded Easter destinations with electrical points!

Coddiwompling in Highmoor

The last time we used our 5-man dome tent was at Lake Malawi, in blistering hot tropical heat, pitched on a concrete platform under a thatched shelter. This time, it was different. It… Continue reading

Spotting Springbok in Etosha Salt Pan

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… Continue reading

Camping with snowsuits in Namibia

We just winged it! It’s probably not the best way to approach a holiday in the desert with a 4 and 6 year old and during the peak tourism season. But that’s how… Continue reading

Mwabvi Where?

Well of course you’d choose to go the lake!  We all do and it’s well worth it! .But it’s the big, well reputed locations that sometimes hog all of the limelight when in… Continue reading

To my dear Great grand daughter, will you know this piece of paradise?

Look no further, I have found paradise. Maybe I should not be sharing this with the world; maybe the only way for Pomene to remain a paradise is to keep her secret. What… Continue reading

Gorongosa; ravaged by drought, yet always beautiful.

Gorongosa National Park holds a special place in my heart. In my experience there is no place like it. With a rich, war torn history, diverse landscapes that completely captivate one and the… Continue reading