Since my last post, it has finally rained!! We are so thankful. We received more than a 100mm of rain in less than a weeks time. Everything has turned a bright shade of green overnight. I have had my trailcams out at different spots and got some images of animals which I have already showed … More Tuesday Trailcam-takes, A Genet kitten on camera.
A very happy 2020 to you. These past few weeks left us in no doubt that we are living out here in the African bush. As the first rains fell there was a lot of snake and insect movement. The migratory birds, like Woodlands Kingfisher, are back in their full splendour and we even had … More Its summer and its wild out there – update on farming in the Govuro district, Mozambique
Looking back on one year in Mozambique from my point of view and frame of reference. A year ago, we moved to come and manage a cattle farm in the Govuro district of Mozambique. We were excited, but also a bit scared of the unknown. We are quite far from a town. (Closest town for … More One year as South African Expats in the Govuro district of Mozambique
Weekly camp-life is a buzz of people, domesticated livestock and the integration of all of the that into the wild surroundings. … More Life around the house and camp on the farm in the Govuro district, Mozambique
… life has been pretty normal and we are definitely finding our feet (and maybe even a part of our hearts) here in the Govuro district of Mozambique. … More An update – Just over 5 months of expat life in Mozambique.
A homesteading lifestyle has always attracted me and what a better opportunity than this to explore the road to being self-sufficient. … More Homesteading in Mozambique – Trying to be more self-sufficient.