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
I have been a bit quiet lately, but all is well and I am back with some photos from the spot at the Civet midden where my camera is currently out again. Here are some of my favourite shots. Hope you enjoyed the collection of pics. I will be posting some of the videos that … More Tuesday Trailcam-takes – A Civetory update
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
Afrikaanse kinderstorieboek vir kinders van 3-8 jaar, nou beskikbaar. … More Storieboek vir kinders: Ons gaan Krugerwildtuin toe
Meet Megan Loftie-Eaton. She will be running her furthest distance yet to raise funds for bats. … More Country People – Meet Megan Loftie-Eaton, who is batty for bats and find out why you should be too.
Take the road less travelled they said, it will be fun they said. Well, that is not how we felt at 6:30, somewhere on a bumpy dirt road and only having travelled 50 km’s in two hours. The road that we had to drive on got worse and worse until it came to a complete … More The Pafuri Road, from the middle nowhere to Kruger