Tag Archives: Luangwa
‘To travel hopefully is a better thing than to arrive’.* Really?
June. Winter in the southern hemisphere. The year 2011. A man walks into the bar – yes I know, I use it too often. But there’s a reason. Besides the fact we’re often in the bar, before you say it. … Continue reading
Posted in Travelling, Zambia Tagged Africa, handaxes, hunting, Luangwa, Luangwa Bridge Camp, motorcyclists, Robert Louis Stevenson, slave trade, The Prisoner, Travel, Zambezi, Zambia 3 Comments
The song I know of Africa (who doesn’t know one of me)
Is that a humming sound? Hum becomes buzz. An insect passes by, unhurried. Buzz fades into hum again – and the insect vanishes. A bird on creaking wings utters a plaintive call as it crosses the glinting river and heads … Continue reading
Posted in If you only read one ..., Zambia Tagged Africa, elephant, giant eagle owl, giraffe, Isaak Dinesen, Karen Blixen, Luangwa, Travel, Zambia 18 Comments