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Kanana and Shinde Camps Botswana

Botswana’s tourism model is simple. High value, low volume. In other words, if we charge enough, we restrict the number of people who can visit. The more the prices go up, the fewer the people. 446 more words

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Lost in a Pan in Botswana:

I wrote up this first person vignette about getting lost in Botswana for a website called AFKTravel, that I created a lot of content for when it began — they sent me on assignment to Zimbabwe and also Cape Town. 1,112 more words

Travel

Weekly Photo Challenge-Against-The-Odds

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My contribution for this week’s challenge…

Against The Odds

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On Valentines Day were asked to “double date’

(as MGW told her teenage girls at work) with… 285 more words

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Patience... Always Patience

A lot has happened in the past week, and I’ve fallen behind with blogging in the midst of it all, so this will be an attempt to recap some of the adventures (a positive term for a lot of frustrating events) of the past week. 1,259 more words

Botswana

On love

Yesterday I wrote a post on love. Today I would like to write another post on love and experiment by sharing more of myself in a way that I normally would shy away from. 1,611 more words

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Another Warning

Cyclone Dineo to trigger weekend downpours, floods in Botswana

Heavy rains of up to 100 millimetres in 24 hours, as well as possible floods are due in the North East, Central and Gantsi districts starting on Friday, as a tropical cyclone known as “Dineo” bursts into the region, from the Indian Ocean.

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