The journey through Mozambique in 2019 raised many questions about abandoned buildings scattered like salt & pepper everywhere en route (an 8& half hour drive), Why would solidly built homes, shops, hotels & farmhouses stand empty for 40 years? Are they cursed? Do the original Portuguese who fled the country after the coup still own them? And if they do, why would this deal remain in tact after a coup and independence breaking ties with Portugal?Does someone have some answers for me?
Are you intrigued by ghost stories? Have you ever visited a Haunted Hotel? We couldn’t resist visiting this once magnificent hotel which has stories to tell in its ruins snuggling between tall sand dunes alongside the beautiful Indian Ocean sand & sea . Read on to learn who lives there …..
Lockdown Journalling ideas, a delicious healthy coleslaw recipe, new handwashing songs – ditch happy birthday and thoughts on Day 3 at home in sunny South Africa during the Coronavirus Pandemic
The weather in Africa is unpredictable. We set out mid summer only to be blown away by crazy, under a dark threatening cloudcover.
However, for us this day, exploring Kruger on a miserable day turned into a magical outing.
Sugar popularity is lessening and when you read this you will learn how harmful growing it is for the environment and nature around the farms. Fires, chemicals, water abuse.
Step away from fear a moment and look at your inner soul. Find you! The real you -now who the world wants you to be or you have become to be acepted or find happiness temporarily. . Write it on the walls to keep focused – then don’t where you personally fit into the world and find inner peace. I rediscovered it in a wildlife park in Africa.
A gentle veil falls over the renewed earth as a green carpet rolls out across Kruger Park. Animals prepare for celebrations and parties nature initiates after the joyful rainy season has begun.
When you visit South Africa you will be introduced to a whole new English Dictionary during the course of your every day activities. This is a “true story”. Nope, it’s not another language…. Although we do have 11 official languages! However the meanings of normal English words, that you would not be able to figure […]
So there we are, languishing in the back of our Camper on a glorious African winter afternoon, at Victoria Falls (one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World you really must visit). On the front seat there is a magical shopping bag filled with fresh warm bread (in a brown paper packet), a block […]
Beware Elephant unpredictability, learn the signs to stay safe in the wild
I turn my back and walk away for the last time. My final Spiritual Journey to this African country
War against condensed milk whilst camping . Why do these amusing disasters continue