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Filled with excitement that I could finally experience, and tick off my bucket list, one of the world’s most luxurious rail travel experiences…my journey started off slowly with a 2-hour...

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Rwanda: the country of a thousand hills. How do you ignore the genocide where 1,000,000 Rwandans where brutally killed over 100 days, more than 20 years ago? You can’t. . . You shouldn’t. . . It...

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“Wilderness is not a luxury. It is a necessity of the human spirit” Edward Abbey Mila (Milandi) recently came back from a walking safari in Zambia. Where she visited both the Lower Zambezi and...

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I have just returned from a 3 week research trip in Madagascar. And my overwhelming enthusiasm is tinged with mixed emotions. . . There are so many positive things to say about Madagascar – the...

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Back in May, I had the good fortune of going on another Tanzania photographic safari in the northern regions. This time I was visiting outside of the peak season so I was keen to see how the...

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Zanzibar is a tropical island so it’s warm throughout the year averaging 26-28c. It is generally very humid and the hottest months are November-December, even though November has some...

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Visit Ethiopia before the rest of the world discovers it… Say Ethiopia to most people and unfortunately images of the horrendous famine and drought of the mid 1980’s will spring to mind for...

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Read the first part of Peter’s Rwanda safari trip here… ________________________________________________________________ Day 5 – Rwanda Gorilla Trekking in Volcanoes National Park We arrived in...

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If you have missed the first part of Peter’s trip report on Kenya – you can have a read here: Travels through Kenya…...

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