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The ancient and magnificent Baobab Tree

During Term 3 in the library the juniors have been reading a variety of books about Africa and we have created our own African Savannah for the children to decorate with some of the animals that live there. 331 more words


The Ultimate Namibia Sightseeing Bucket List

As you all know, we completed our first overlanding trip to Namibia earlier this year, and I’ve already started planning for next year’s trip to Northern Namibia and the Caprivi. 775 more words

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Nune at Nunda - Day 8

I’d lie if I told you I slept like a baby the night before. Crazy thoughts continuously popped up and kept me awake, strangely enough malaria was not one of them even though we were in the zone. 803 more words


Tuesdays of Texture : Week 5 of 2017

For Narami’s challenge this week I am going back to Zimbabwe to show you these amazing Baobab trees, beautiful and strange trees which can be seen in the drier parts of Africa.   100 more words


St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands with the Colorado Traveling Ducks

St. Croix is the last port for our cruise.   All the humans and ducks took a Scenic St. Croix tour.   We like to be together.   Leaving the port and through the tropical rain forest our first stop was this Baobab Tree. 439 more words

Baobab Tree...

I took this photograph on a dust road running parallel to the Sebungwe River, fairly close to where it joins the Zambezi. 

It was a blistering hot day and I was thankful I was in an air-conditioned car, and not on that bicycle!



After you cross into Maharashtra from the Gujarat coast, the coastline is fairly continuous without any major incursion of seawater on the land side. At Dahanu there is a small creek which I have described earlier on this blog and then the coast is continuous until one comes to Vaitarana river which is a major river displacing the monsoon waters from the Western Ghats into the Arabian Sea. 609 more words