Shopping

A forgotten experience

  10 things I had forgotten about Singapore: 1. How slowly the Asians walk. 2. How they drag their sandals when walking, making a scuffing noise with every step. 3. How short the girls shorts are. 4. How¬†politely money and credit cards are given and taken, using both hands to present or receive the item.…

Africa

From Africa to Asia

International travel has become so easy now it’s possible to wake up one morning in the African bush and less than 24 hours later be sitting 18 stories up in an Asian cityscape. And while that ability never ceases to amaze me after all these years of travelling, with the current Ebola outbreak happening, it…

VULTURE

THE V OF AFRICA

  V IS FOR VULTURE MY FAVOURITE CHARACTER IN DISNEYS “JUNGLE BOOK” “SO WHAT YOU WANNA DO?” THEY ASK, SITTING HIGH ON A BRANCH, SHRUGGING BONY SHOULDERS, AND GIVING A BEADY-EYED LOOK.  

PUFF ADDER

THE S OF AFRICA

  S IS FOR SNAKE WHILE WALKING, WE MET A SMALLER ONE LIKE THIS, BUT THE RHINKALS TRYING TO GET IN OUR HOUSE LIKE A COBRA, PUFFED OUT ITS NECK TO SHOW US HE WAS PISSED.