Above: Foxy - a special little Meerkat, South Africa
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- Roses in vineyards
- Have you ever – lived your dream?
- Capturing and sharing photo-stories
- Dancing on the wild side!
- 100-Word Challenge for Grownups – Week #166
- Do you need a gun for your mailbox?
- Laughing at ourselves!
- Have you ever…. had issues with photo sizes?
- “Beestekraal” Station Restaurant
One of my favourite things – A miniature Gaul village
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Category Archives: Kruger National Park
I was recently taken back to one of my most favourite places – Kruger National Park (in South Africa). Unfortunately, this was a not a personal visit, which would have been lovely, but Lisa (“Notes from Africa“) is currently travelling … Continue reading
There is no doubt that one of the mightiest creatures that walks the planet is the elephant. Nothing else looks even vaguely similar or comes close in terms of size, except perhaps some of the giants of the oceans. I … Continue reading
Are you one of those people who can put your head down anywhere and have a short, refreshing sleep? If you are, half your luck! But I’ll bet even the best of you could not imitate the way this little … Continue reading
Every now and again, life gets incredibly frustrating and I feel a deep need to escape from the daily grind. This past week has turned out to be one of those times. To get away from the complexities of our … Continue reading
As a child growing up in rural Africa, I do not recall many instances where we warned about potential danger from wild animals. I suppose we never really interacted with anything that could be dangerous other than the occasional venomous … Continue reading
Alas, there has been another long break in my posting to this website over the past weeks. This has not been because of another trip overseas (sadly 🙂 ), but simply because the pace of everyday activities just got so … Continue reading