loving, nature and wildlife

Going on safari at home with WildEarth – SafariLIVE

For many year’s my husband and I have been watching WildEarth – SafariLIVE, which is an “expert ranger hosted LIVE safari, broadcast directly from the African wilderness into your home.” As nature and bushveld lover’s we find that these virtual safari’s give us an escapism from our everyday normal lives in Johannesburg. My interest in… Read More Going on safari at home with WildEarth – SafariLIVE

book reviews, living, nature and wildlife

My favourite African Adventure Author (who is not African)

If you are ever looking for an adventurous and action-packed fiction novel set in Africa, look no further than Tony Park’s collection of books. About six years ago, I visited our local Exclusive Books and noticed on the shelves of the new releases section that there was book called The Delta by Tony Park with… Read More My favourite African Adventure Author (who is not African)

adventures, exploring, loving, nature and wildlife

The Kernes on Safari in Tanzania

After completing #Joburg2Kili and summiting Mount Kilimanjaro, Warrick and I went on a Tanzanian Safari Experience for a week visiting some of the world famous National Parks namely; Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater; Serengeti National Park and Lake Manyara National Park. Both of us are bushveld fanatics and it has always been on our bucket… Read More The Kernes on Safari in Tanzania

loving, nature and wildlife

Dog hair – the secret ingredient for the perfect fly for fly fishing

My father has always been a very keen fly fisherman and as a result my family has always been on many family holidays to Dullstroom and the surrounding areas to fish at various different farms. When I was about 8 years old my grandmother insisted that my parents go to see this fishing place about 17km… Read More Dog hair – the secret ingredient for the perfect fly for fly fishing