The highs, the lows and the funny stories that happened over the past three months living as SA expats in Mozambique. … More Our first 3 months as South African Expats in Mozambique. What is it like living here?
I don’t even know where to start with this year. What a year it’s been, it feels much longer than a year and at the same time, I question how is it over already? I’ve been blogging on and off since 2014, but after various work-frustrations, I decided to start blogging on a more full-time … More Reflections on 2018
For this week I am uploading only one video, although I got some footage of a Civet, a Genet, a White-tailed Mongoose, a few hares and loads of baboons. I want to share this one with you. What do you think it is? Bush Baby? Tell me in the comments what you think?
The first night I had the camera up on this spot, I found the mystery animals tracks the next morning, on the road just out view of the camera. Frustrating. … More Trailcam – I found the owner of these tracks.
The single biggest thing I have looked forward to when we decided we are moving here is the birding. I couldn’t wait to see what I would find here. It has definitely hasn’t disappointed. It has been amazing so far. Obviously also since most of my birding was done in the Free State, South Africa, … More What is birding like in Govuro, Mozambique?
Just a few pics of my latest trail-cam visitor. I put my camera out quite far from our house but left it there for just one night. Besides nearly 500 pictures of the wind blowing through the grass, it did capture this Large Spotted Genet. Sadly, he or she never showed its faced properly. Hopefully, … More Another cool Trailcam Visitor