African shoestrings – Malawi Day One Hundred and Seven/Nine – Nkhata Bay Malawi

So the very next day we went into Mzuzu to find out for sure. The information we were getting in Nkhata bay was unreliable and sketchy. Stephan had a saying "Africa wins again" well that’s exactly how you could describe the sum result of the next eight hours in Mzuzu. We were getting a lift... Continue Reading →

African shoestrings – South Africa Day Fourty five – Kalahari

The Kalahari Gemsbok Park is the South African section of one of the largest protected areas in Africa. The other section being the Gemsbok National Park in Botswana together they contain two million hectares of dry semi-desert and desert land. Incredibly this area supports nineteen species of predators, 215 species of birds, countless antelope and... Continue Reading →

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