Category Archives: travelling

Somewhat a theme song

…And as Adiel and I were in the car driving back after hugging elephants, she played Phillip Phillips on the car stereo and I got stuck at this song. It was as if it spoke to me. As if it was… about the trip. Have a good weekend, everyone!

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Family, friends and elephants in Zimbabwe

Finally back in Zimbabwe! Arriving there I think we were both just very happy to be back, but also relieved everything had been going so well so far, that we had reached our goal (getting there in time for Christmas), excited to see family and friends over the next few weeks and also to get […]

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Beautiful views in Malawi and lunch over the grease pit in Zambia

So, we’re back after a bit of a break from everything during the holidays. A break from driving, blogging, cooking from the back of a car, sleeping in a tent. The past few weeks have been spent with family and friends in Zimbabwe and it’s been absolutely awesome. I’ve tried staying online for more updates […]

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From the foot of Kilimanjaro to the beaches of Zanzibar

As we had just left Amboseli we were advised to cross the border at a smaller border called Tarakea just outside Oloitokitok (no, I didn’t make that name up!) rather than going back up to Namanga, which is the usual crossing. This was probably the easiest border crossing so far – hardly even worth mentioning! […]

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Other reads!

Here are some other blogs from our fellow travelers that we met back in Aswan, Egypt. Here you can read Hannah and Diarmaid’s excellent blog post of their experiences in Aswan. It’s true, hilarious, sad, upsetting and honest all in one. Rick had a good daily blog going on – he has actually just recently […]

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Amboseli

As we drive down the plains and it turns into a more swampy area, I see them. Just little dots in the distance at first, but I soon reliase they’re not so little.  I have never in my life seen so many elephants at the same time, I don’t even bother trying to count them. […]

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