Photo Stories Category

January 23rd, 2019
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Zambia, full of a thousand things

They say that October is suicide month in Zambia because of the heat. Hot it definitely was, and dry and…

October 25th, 2018
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I found it in Rwanda

Something was immediately different in Rwanda. Uncomfortable even. I thought it might be the lingering stench of their genocide. It’s…

September 10th, 2018
3

Green will always be your colour, Uganda

It’s impossible to whittle down this collection of photos; Uganda is just so beautiful. Around every corner another view that…

August 25th, 2018
2

Kenya, briefly

I didn’t spend nearly enough time in Kenya. Well, enough time to know that I want to come back and…

July 8th, 2018
1

The crown jewels: Ngorogoro and Serengeti

The endless green of the Ngorogoro and the endless gold of the Serengeti were perfect contrasts to each other and…

June 30th, 2018
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Tanzania’s juicy middle bits

Next stops: Dig out the central and northern parts of Tanzania in advance of the big guns of Ngorogoro and…

June 14th, 2018
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Iringa and Selous get Tanzania going

I could feel Tanzania the moment I crossed the border. She’s not contained and meek and unaware of her spendour.…

June 1st, 2018
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Northern Malawi : More photographs of Magical Malawi

Northern Malawi is the less-traveled, less-populated half of this amazing country. It’s the perfect place to explore when the lake’s…

May 19th, 2018
4

Southern Malawi: Photos for now

I’m definitely going to post more about each place and hopefully share a story or two. But internet connectivity is…

May 5th, 2018
2

It was never meant to be a love relationship

Mozambique, we didn’t share the love. You felt like you have things to do, places to go that didn’t include…

April 30th, 2018
4

From being scared of roadblocks to not wanting to leave

When I leave Zimbabwe tomorrow, I’ll be leaving a piece of my soul here. I had been warned of unnecessarily…

April 19th, 2018
2

A change is as good as a detour

Botswana wasn’t first on the map. Zimbabwe was. But rumors of food confiscation at the SA/Zim border meant a change…