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In Communion with Leopards: A Humbling Story

We humans love being in control. We love patterns, predictability, and routine. When we go through life, we often pick the same side of the room to sit on, the same pew or desk or seat; we pick the same foods and meals along with the same drinks and company; we pick things that are familiar and comfortable to us. 3,473 more words

Conservation

Exploring the Waters of the Chobe National Park

Today we are heading out on a boat that is allowed to enter the waters of the Chobe National Park. Our guide checks us in at the entrance to the park; a tiny wooden cabin on stilts on the river. 40 more words

Photography

Time to Unwind

It’s the end of a very long day. I fell off my bike on the way to work this morning. It’s extremely hot (and I know it’s going to get hotter). 383 more words

Africa

Must Try African Dishes

It’s no secret that indulging in delectable new foods is one of the greatest parts of exploring a place you’ve never been before, and your journey to Africa will be no exception. 499 more words

Travel Africa

Reflections with Wilbert R. Mutoko - DON'T GIVE UP

“Do not overestimate the competition and underestimate yourself. You are better than you think.” – Tim Ferriss

Yes, my friend, you are far greater than you think. 149 more words

Business

Lions, Baboons, Elephants and Sable Antelope in Chobe National Park

The Chobe National Park is located in Botswana’s north eastern district of Kalahari. The park covers around 11,700 square kilometres and is known for its high density of game. 32 more words

Photography

Safari on the Chobe River

We wake up to the beautiful view of the Chobe river from our cabin on the Zambezi Queen. Today we are going on a water-based game drive. 50 more words

Photography