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The small bag challenge: what to wear on safari

We’ve all done it. We pack, repack, unpack, roll our clothes, fold our clothes, choose other clothes and pack again, only to end up with a suitcase that doesn’t close because it’s filled to the zippers with things we don’t (but might) need. 513 more words

Robert Mark Safaris

First Post!!!

Okay…gotta make this first post a good one.  Neither of us have blogged, so there’s your warning.

First of all, thanks for stopping by!  We’re excited to share with our friends, family, and maybe even strangers, our mini adventures in travel, culture and food (lots of it). 121 more words


Through a Guests Eyes

Ulva Island as seen by English Guests at Sails Ashore

Don’t tread on the birds

Our Captain Birdseye lookalike, Peter, dropped us off on the jetty and went to park the boat. 767 more words


Can Stress Be Your Friend?

Today is a public holiday. I planned to spend it doing various activities, but I seem to have caught a slight cold (out of the blue) and need to stay home and recover. 122 more words


Missouri Part 2 - The Cave State

Missouri is also known as the Cave State.  Always inspired by nature, I knew I had to go visit the caves.  Beneath the fertile rolling hills of the Meramec Valley, lies a complex of mineral formations and color as rare and unique as they are beautiful, Missouri’s buried treasure. 90 more words


Our Home

Some Pics of us building our life and home together in Princeton NJ


The secret of happiness

You read it correctly. This is it. I finally found out what it is about being happy. It’s not a secret, really, for I think that anyone could come to the same conclusion if they just wanted. 829 more words