GUEST ENTRY: PHILIP STAINTON Tunisia has two different types of holiday to offer, the ‘all inclusive hotel package “could be anywhere” holiday’ or the ‘backpack guesthouse “experience the country” holiday’. I’m the type of person who prefers Bangkok to Benidorm so naturally I chose the latter. Having boarded the British Airways flight to Tunis my […]
Below is a piece written by a good friend of mine and South African Ranger, Calvin DuPlessis. He lives and works in South Africa and is very passionate about the nature and wildlife of the country. ‘I was born in South Africa and grew up in Pretoria (the capital). For some ignorant people, they may […]
Almost everyone who visits Johannesburg comes home with extremely cute photo’s of them and the baby lion cubs that live at the Lion Park. If I had visited recently I would have had hundreds of photos to capture the moment (quite literally knowing me), but 9 years ago when my trip took place my technological […]
GUEST ENTRY: PETE BELL Atlas Mountains. Morocco 2012-08-14 As an ex soldier with a few operational tours under my belt, you would expect id be fine travelling alone. Well back then i was given a rifle to travel with, this time i was determined to have an unarmed adventure. My main hobby being trekking and, […]
Due to the large demand for information on becoming Cabin Crew I have created a new website for this purpose. You can now find this post on becomingcabincrew.com.
Since returning from my trip to the Gambia a few weeks ago I have done some research into the country, the people, the way of life and the reality of Gambian men. There are a couple of reasons I came across the information that I am about to share with you. Firstly, a ‘friend’ I […]
The David Sheldrick Elephant Orphanage, Nairobi, is a wonderfully insightful place. Whilst visiting I had lots of fun, however I also experienced great sadness. I will explain. Fun When entering the orphanage you are greeted by the many warm, welcoming faces of the staff, they are happy to help and are clearly very enthusiastic about […]