Jenny's Blog

How (not) to Catch a Hairy Spider 12th January '17

Many years ago I lived in the Zimbabwean bush, in a small round mud hut with my own small vegetable patch, it was in the middle of nowhere. I spent many nights by myself there, which at times was rather disconcerting as there was no door on my mud hut, and I knew a leopard…read more…

My First Christmas in Africa 13th December '16

It is funny how we all try to create a Christmas that we are used to at home, even when we are overseas in some exotic country. I know that our Antipodean friends have Christmas cards with snow on them, it is the height of their summer for goodness sake! I have to admit that…read more…

Kruger Safari 30th November '16

I have to admit I was hesitant in trying out some of the lodges in Kruger. ┬áPrevious experiences have been with me being stuck in a convoy of vehicles, on a tarred road, all trying to see some lion sitting in the shade on the roadside. I really could have been in Longleat Adventure Park!…read more…

Feeding Baby White Rhinos 3rd October '16

I could hear the snuffling, snorting and mewing of the two baby rhino anticipating their midnight feed. Needless to say I was a little bit blurry eyed as I staggered downstairs to prepare their formula milk. I imagine it is rather similar to feeding small children except that the quantities are vast! We are talking…read more…

Trekking in Africa – Take a walk on the Wild Side 13th September '16

Trekking in wildlife reserves in Africa is a truly memorable experience. The Kingdom of Swaziland positively encourages people to explore its game parks, of course only those that have do not have any of the Big 5 – elephant, rhino, buffalo, lion and leopard. Escape mass tourism and discover real Africa on foot. The Kingdom…read more…


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