Tag Archives africa

India Hicks: Africa has left an imprint on our memories

by Saturday, July 21, 2018

Last summer, David and I and our five children travelled to Africa, to experience the landscapes and wildlife from desert to jungle, and human life from remote tribal village to teeming metropolis. We fished on the Zambezi river, amongst crocodiles and hippos, and found baboons helping themselves quite literally to the cookies from our cookie ...

What’s not to love about East Africa, with Adrian Duncan, from Two’s a Crowd Travel

by Monday, May 7, 2018

Guest Traveller Adrian Duncan wears many hats at the moment. He is a full-time Myotherapist, part-time photographer, and tour host with Two’s a Crowd Travel, and co-owner and developer of the travel blog www.allabroad.com.au. Adrian loves a beer and a laugh and is still smiling from Richmond’s amazing AFL Grand Final win last year. "Go Tiges!" ...

Catriona’s Travel Tips – Your Travel Questions Answered #3!

by Friday, March 9, 2018

So far, in this new section of the Journeys To Come blog, we've covered 'the ultimate traveller's handbag', 'tips for taking kids on a plane to Thailand'  and 'enrolling children in a primary school abroad'. Here is my response to this week’s question… TAKING YOUR CHILDREN ON SAFARI Reader Question from Sue: I am struggling with a decision I made NOT to take ...

andBeyond Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp, Tanzania

by Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Kenneth Malcomess is Lodge Manager with andBeyond Grumeti Serengeti Tented Camp which lies right in the path of the Great Migration and its dramatic river crossings, in Tanzania. Twenty-eight years old and from Johannesburg, South Africa, Kenneth has been with andBeyond for six years and in his current role for under a year. Kenneth has always had a passion for the bush and ...