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“Jenny, we are going to ‘mash’ your heart.” 12th October '17

“Jenny, we are going to ‘mash’ your heart.” I looked at Thembe as I drove back to Manzini, I was not too sure if I had heard him right. “Yes, we are going to ‘mash’ your heart.” “Mash?” “Yes, ‘mash’ it.” I was not overly happy about this turn of events, imagining a potato masher…read more…

Sick over the Okavango 6th September '17

The Okavango is one of the world’s largest deltas and often referred to as “the river that never finds this the sea”. It is a peaceful and isolated oasis set in Botswana’s harsh Kalahari Desert. A visit to Botswana, without visiting the Okavango, in my mind is a sin. But there is an expense involved….read more…

Walking with Rhino – too close for comfort 13th July '17

“Anyone need a change of underwear?” It has been a serious heart stopping, nerve wracking and exhilarating moment. How close had those rhino really been? I was leading a Walking Women holiday, the first one for this company, and we had already had a list of firsts for many, including myself. We had had three…read more…

Rambling in Swaziland 15th May '17

The first trip for Ramblers Holiday to Swaziland was a success, judging by the happy walkers that I left in Simunye. The new trip, “Secret Swaziland and the Panorama Route” was half way through its journey, and Swaziland was no longer a secret.  I had got a lift with the group to Simunye, and got…read more…

Sensational Sensory Safari 9th May '17

I am still seeing confused faces as I say that I am taking visually impaired (VI) people on safari, even the VI say that many of their friends who have sight issues don’t want to come on safari. Admittedly I did not get it when I first led a trip for Traveleyes last year, taking…read more…

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