Tunisia is the smallest country in North Africa with a population of 10,043,000 and the capital being Tunis. The main … More
A nice beach holiday, but not much to do…. Agadir!
We decided to take a week’s relaxing holiday to a brand new 5* Riu hotel opened in Agadir, something very … More
A captivating city just waiting to be explored – Cairo!
Boy was I eager about leaving the commercial tourist trap of Sharm el Sheikh, all the large, extravagant all-inclusive hotels, … More
St. Catherine’s Monastery, Sinai
We took a excursion day trip being picked up from Sharm el Sheikh very early in the morning, driving 220km northwest … More
Exploring the magical underwater world – Ras Mohamed…
We decided to take a day trip from Naama bay to Ras Mohamed National Park, one of Egypt’s most popular … More
Rural school Visit – Tanzania…
We were lucky to have the opportunity to visit a rural village school on the outskirts of Tanzania. We got … More
A Cool, Capital – Stone Town – Zanzibar
As we drove from the north coast of Zanzibar to the capital ‘Stone town’ on the western coast, taking about … More
Exotic, Friendly, Paradise – Zanzibar…
We flew in from Arusha Africa, to Zanzibar airport. It was a very small friendly airport and we passed through … More
The town of ‘Mto Wa Mbu’, a pot of cultural diversity!
As we arrived in the small, lush town of ‘Mto Wa Mbu’, it was clear it’s such a pot of … More
Down into the Ngorongoro Crater for the best safari experience…
Driving down and down, round and round into the huge bowl-like crater of Ngorongoro. An almost circular depression of a … More
Wild Camping at Seronera in the centre of the Serengeti – Eeeeeeek!
I didn’t really think to much about this part of our trip when it was all arranged. Didn’t really speak … More
Serengeti via “Naabi Gate” – Endless Plains…
We drove in our 4×4 jeep via the “Naabi Gate”, which i found out in Maasai language and means ‘the endless plains’. This … More
Heading towards Olduvai Gorge – Spectacular….
We left Arusha early in the morning travelling via Mto Wa Mbu, which in Swahili means “river of mosquitoes”. Turn … More
A night in Arusha, back to civilisation – Well almost…
After a long drive leaving Kilimanjaro and all the amazing memories we had just created in the distance, we head … More
So far away yet so close…
Frosty tents the morning after we summited.
We made it – Whoop whoop….
16th September 2009, 6.30am we made it to the top!
Craig proposed here…
Glaciers near the top!
Passing amazing glaciers on the way to the summit…
The view i have in my mind, I will never ever forget!
Slumped back to back on a rock at Stella point. Nearly at the summit. Very emotional!
The path goes on and on and on……
Posing during sunset…
Poor guy who has to carry my bag – unlucky!
The Crew getting packed up and weighing loads…