• Botswana Expedition – Day 5

    Posted on April 24, 2016 by in Botswana

    We were up the next morning with the full moon still in tact when we left and meandered our way through the many baobabs to the main road. We had another long stretch ahead of us as we needed to get all the way up to the World heritage site known as Tsodilo Hills… It […]

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  • Botswana Expedition – Day 4

    Posted on April 21, 2016 by in Botswana

    Our Botswana expedition took a miserable turn… When we woke the next morning we called ahead to Kubu Island to check the water situation as they’d had a lot of rain in the days before we arrived, and to our utter disappointment we were unable to go as it was just too muddy. My heart […]

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  • Botswana Expedition Day 1 to 3

    Posted on April 20, 2016 by in Botswana

    We left a day early to make our way to the bustling city of Jo’burg and fight our way through endless traffic jams so we could spend a night out on the town and prepare our sanity for the peace and quiet that our upcoming Botswana expedition would bring to our souls… The next day […]

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  • The Otter Trail

    Posted on April 6, 2016 by in South Africa

    Okay, let me start by saying this…The Otter Trail is NOT for sissies!!! Holy heck, if I hadn’t lost 15kg before I walked this trail in order to accommodate my 15kg backpack I might still be on it. I was by no means fit BUT I did make it to the end in one piece […]

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  • Anvil Bay – Chemucane Mozambique

    Posted on November 10, 2015 by in Mozambique

    Peter Pan & I embarked on another spontaneous adventure for a weekend to Anvil Bay. It’s tucked away in one of the most remote corners of the Maputo Elephant Reserve right on the Southern coastline of Mozambique in the Chemucane area. We had both had a lot of work stress and it was the perfect […]

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  • Karoo Adventure – Part 8 Back Home

    Posted on October 28, 2015 by in South Africa

    We woke at first light and packed up in a flurry so that we could kill some kilometers on our long journey back the Cradock to drop off the lost boys. We drove past a quiver tree forest of over 5000 trees and I finally got my photo taken whilst reclining against one and peering […]

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