What is home and where is ours?
It seems like a very long time ago, but this was only December 2018 and we were visiting the Victoria Falls (in Zambia) and Chobe National Park (in Botswana) with our son and daughter-in-law, who were visiting from Europe. Time for what our friend Willem would call some typical "Smittenstreken" (loosely translated into English as … Continue reading December in the African bush (and water)
Still energised by an eventful night with elephants and hyenas, we hit the "road" (so to speak) through Savuti towards the Chobe Forest Reserve and the Chobe National Park. Driving northeastwards through the Chobe Forest Reserve, an iconic image from our trip - a magnificent baobab tree next to a sandy road, with the beautiful … Continue reading … and back into Chobe!
While the whole world is watching and reading about Covid-19, while more and more people are having to spend more time at home, I thought it would be nice to share some stories and especially images from a fantastic trip to Botswana and through parts of Zambia, last May. Yes, I know it's a long … Continue reading Escape to the bush – preparations and first days