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My African adventure is over and after only two weeks at home I’m back into a routine. During my three months in Africa I ticked lots of things off my bucket list but there’s still so much to see and … Continue reading
So I’ve been in Cape Town almost 10-days and despite the fact I’m heading home tomorrow I still don’t feel like I’ve seen enough. This is a city of eating, drinking and working on your tan… my kind of place … Continue reading
Heading to Camps Bay to check out ‘the real Cape Town’ (according to one of my trusty Cape Town advisors) was much harder than I expected. Not because Cape Town is difficult to navigate, but because the day I set … Continue reading
Arriving in Cape Town after a couple of days in the bush at Ngala Safari Lodge and I realised my time in Africa was quickly coming to an end. After 10-weeks without road rules, countless marriage proposals and having honed … Continue reading
Last week I went on safari at Ngala, a private reserve that borders the Kruger National Park in South Africa without fences. It was another amazing African experience! My 24yr old guide, Andrew, has worked at the park for a … Continue reading
I submitted a story and photos about the Ugandan mountain gorillas and the Ugandan elections a couple of weeks ago… it was published today on Reportage Online