SUP Paddleboarding with baby in Mozambique
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SUP Paddleboarding with baby in Mozambique

I’d seen it more than a decade ago in Barbados. I remember it vividly. I was at one of my favourite hidden beaches in a family holiday, when a young couple, super-fit and active, turned up with a little baby. The female placed the baby at the front of a paddleboard, back before SUP became … Continue reading

Arctic Expedition – Preparation for Polar explorations!
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Arctic Expedition – Preparation for Polar explorations!

ARCTIC EXPEDITION (Photo courtesy of G Adventures) In a few days’ time, I will be journeying to the ‘Top of the World’ – The Arctic! I’ll be searching for polar bears, walrus, seals, Arctic fox, Beluga whales and more, across glaciers, fjords, ice tundra and through the Arctic seas. In prelude to the Arctic expedition, … Continue reading

Madagascar’s Lemurs – Looking for Lemurs!
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Madagascar’s Lemurs – Looking for Lemurs!

Madagascar is a Garden of Eden on the road less travelled. One of the largest islands in the world, certainly the largest in Africa, Madagascar is one gigantic crucible of wildlife, flora and fauna. Breaking off from mainland Africa more than 150 million years ago, it lolls in the Indian Ocean, 250 miles off the … Continue reading