These are not our stories; they are the experiences of our guide, Tom. But we thought two of his encounters with lions last year were so incredible that we had to share them with you!
Ever wondered what barbequed goat tastes like? The really fresh, straight-from-the-slaughter kind? Head to your nearest Maasai village.
Did you know that the Ngorongoro Crater is actually a caldera? Apparently when you let people who study butterflies name a geological formation, some mistakes may be made!
If safari is on your bucket list, move it up. I’m talking all the way to the very top. The sheer scope of animals you will see is incredible.
Yes, there were tears today. Lots. (This post is a couple of days late because we were on safari)
“If we keep on separating head from heart, I don’t know how long we’ll last.” Those were the words that Jane Goodall left us with in Arusha.
I bet you didn’t know that you knew Swahili. If you’re one of my Canadian friends, I’m sure you know more Swahili than German.
My 46th birthday was definitely not typical, but one to remember!
One of the best things about staying put in one place is finding all the cool opportunities you miss when just passing through. Today we had a lesson in how to paint in the Tinga Tinga and Maasai styles.
This post will make you sad. But I hope you’ll understand that the people you see on tv are real; they just didn’t win the birthplace lottery like we did.