Archive for May 2015 | Monthly archive page
This old adage about an army is no less true when heading out on safari. A safari is, let’s not forget, an expedition to explore the wild places that connect us to what is really important. Whether it is a new area or a familiar place that we have been to time and again.
We continuously experience new adventures, and must of course ensure that we are properly provisioned for all of this.
I believe that there is no excuse for bad food. At any level, whether you are eating in a Michelin starred restaurant or cooking on a campfire under the starts, good, fresh ingredients and a passionate chef are all you need. // read more >
In March on the Selinda spillway, good rains had filled the floodplains and the warm weather presented us with a wonderful opportunity.
We rode up to the spillway and took our boots and chaps off and laid them on the bank before jumping in with the horses. Swimming up and down the channel with a family of three from England and six mad Irishmen – what an afternoon! // read more >