Safari Etiquette

This is for those of you wonderful travelers and tourists to come to our home, dear ol’ Africa for the must-do safari! 🙂

Thank you to Geraint for writing this post and allowing me to share.

P.S. I did have a add a featured image for the aesthetics of my blog theme. 🙂 These are some of those elephants in the Kruger National Park.

Penguin Ponderings

As all of you who read my blog will know, I’ve got a holiday coming up. And by coming up, I mean I fly out on Thursday night. Most of me, like 90%, doesn’t want to be the guy who blabs on about his upcoming holiday, but right now, the 10% is winning, so I decided to write this little blog today. Okay, it’s not specific to my upcoming holiday – which is an African safari in case you needed reminding – but it is safari-specific. Today, I will be sharing valuable lessons learned on my previous six safaris so that if you ever go on one, and are even luckier to spend a safari in the company of yours truly, you will know what to do and what not to do to ensure an optimal experience for you, and more importantly, for me. Are you ready to grab your…

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