Africa: Luxury Tent Safari

Is a Safari Worth the Money? Our safari in Botswana was beyond special. When reading about safari’s, one wonders if the reports of their life-changing experiences are really authentic. We’re here to say yes, yes they are, they truly are! In fact, nothing compares to the awe-inspiring experience of seeing… Continue reading

Don’t Leave Town Without Trying Zimbabwe’s Famous Meat Pies

There are plenty of food options in Victoria Falls, even though the city feels more like a small town than a city, but not necessarily good food options. If you want to find those little-known, non-commercialized places with spectacular food and low prices, not to mention Zimbabwe’s famous meat pies,… Continue reading

The Wizard Animator at Elephant’s Walk, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

The Elephant’s Walk Art Centre Just a short walk back of the N1 Hotel, the Elephant’s Walk Art Centre has high quality African local art set in a tropical garden. It’s also a quiet place where you won’t be bothered by hawkers. The Animator at the Elephant’s Walk Art Centre… Continue reading

SIDULI HIDE, ZIMBABWE: A HIDDEN GEM

Our last post focussed on the so-so falls at Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, but this post will show you another activity in Victoria Falls town that is understated, yet a far superior experience than the actual Falls: Siduli Hide. Siduli Hide Even though it is not widely advertised, the Siduli Hide… Continue reading

Dar es Salaam, Tanzania: A Hot, Noisy, Bustling City

AFRICA! We were finally on our way to Africa. After years of putting this trip aside because of the high cost, we were on our way to experience the trip we both had on our bucket list of many years. AFRICA MAP Flying to Africa Just in case you’re planning… Continue reading

Wild Africa: Best of Times & Worst of Times

    We were going to Africa – AFRICA, the trip of a lifetime. Exotic, wild, enticing, mysterious Africa, but it became both the best of times and the worst of times.   Rather than go to the most touristy parts of Africa, which are too much like North America,… Continue reading