Posted on November 1, 2016 by Kate Bergh - Trip Reports
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 most. The reality is that Ethiopia is one of the wettest, most fertile and scenic countries in Africa. Ask people wanting to visit Ethiopia for any other images or words, and people may volunteer ancient Christian churches, the scenic Ethiopian highlands, marathon runners, and interesting tribal groups to visit.
Yes it certainly offers all of this and much more. It is a country quite unlike any other in East Africa. Combining African and Arabian influences in a unique way, through its history, architecture, language, people and cuisine.
Posted on June 22, 2016 by Christine - Trip Reports
Here is a photo blog of a few of my amateur shots from a recent safari to Victoria Falls and Hwange in Zimbabwe. I think it’s useful to show how close you can get to the wildlife. And also the sort of shots that are possible by amateurs (I have included a couple of shots from Mark Butcher, our host on the trip).
I haven’t described the lodges as the camp links take you to our full description. Rather, I aim to give a sense of what it’s like on safari.
Posted on December 5, 2015 by Kate Bergh - Trip Reports
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 is the backbone of their now history and they are happy to share their story. “No more division. We forgive” is their motto.