July 30, 2017
Kennedy from Tanzania and Michelle from Sydney Australia, planning our holiday adventure to South Africa; it is the country that is located to the south part of Africa.
Heard from news about the country, political instability, racism of black and white, gangs in the str...
July 20, 2017
I grew up in a small village in Arusha, Tanzania, called Mto Wa Mbu. As a kid I was always going to hunt for fun and pretended to kill big animals and birds by using arrows. But I didn’t realize there was a small group of people that hunt for life.
TRAVEL TO MEET HADZAB...
June 24, 2017
Rebels. Starving kids.
Our brains have been wired to recall these images when we hear Africa.
I, admittedly was a major culprit of housing these misconceptions, before I travelled to Africa. But with some insight and firsthand experience, the reality was uncovered.
May 27, 2017
A continent I have always been drawn to.
Drawn to as a free-spirited youth, dancing in the backsplash and roar of Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe.
Drawn to as an infatuated couple, abseiling down the rock face of Table Mountain, South Africa.
And now, drawn to as a family...
April 30, 2017
Ebony & Ivory.
Stevie Wonder and Paul McCartney’s 80s hit vocalises racial harmony using ivory as a powerful metaphor for positive change.
In stark contrast to the joyful concept it held 30 years ago, today ivory sadly symbolises the oppression of elephants and the poach...
March 28, 2017
The Lion King.
As a grown 90s kid, you’re on a mission to make Walt Disney’s classic a reality and are off on safari.
For the most genuine experience, we hope you’re heading to the Serengeti in Tanzania!
What to pack? As a veteran safari guide and 3-time safari-ist, we’ve...
March 20, 2017
That double line.
You watched as it slowly gained pigment and is now cheekily staring back at you.
The pregnancy test confirms your suspicion… YOU’RE PREGNANT!
#travelgoals – OUT THE DOOR?! Not really.
When I first found out I was expecting, that cheeky double line was sta...