Leo the Elusive Lion April 17th 2010 The hunt has been on. I had expected that if we were to struggle finding any of the big five it would have been leopard. But we ticked lepard off on day three and now we are left huting frantically for lion.
Each day we have eagerly checked the Sightings Boards which they have in each camp. These let you know what has been spotted
where. Sometimes we have checked it several times a day. Then ... read more
Africa » South Africa » Mpumalanga » Kruger National Park After the British seized the Cape of Good Hope area in 1806, many of the Dutch settlers (the Boers) trekked north to found their own republics. The discovery of diamonds (1867) and gold (1886) spurred wealth and immigration and intensified the subjug... ... read more
28 April 2012: Just back from another family experience, this time in Hong Kong (where we used to live in the '90s) and China. As usual we all loved it. We've already told the boys that we are leaving them to do Europe and the UK themselves. They won't want us there to cramp their style by the time they do their OE anyway.
But that still leaves some fairly major parts of the planet still to be explored by the Travelbugs if we can swing it. It is getting hard to fit in around various activities we are all involved in, but I'm pretty sure the boys will turn up as long as we are paying.
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