Been there, done that! Guys, what the experience! When they were telling us “once in a lifetime experience” we were considering… mostly our budget. Once in a lifetime, you can empty your wallet (with all attached bank accounts) and convince yourself, that it’s “a good idea”. Once in a lifetime, you can pay -for few … Continue reading Gorilla Tracking!
We entered Rwanda very pissed off at Tanzania mainland, country for tourists, not for travelers. Next time, with more money and hopefully more patience for arrogant catcalling assholes which are an inseparable part of a landscape, exactly like a wildlife to the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater (but you don’t need to pay a fee to … Continue reading “I told you so!”: About this one time I didn’t want to be right (PART 1).
It’s not a secret that we’re crossing Africa in…let’s call it: most affordable way. OK, we’re traveling like peasants and we’re proud of it. We’ve put aside binge drinking, and every day we need to decide on good food or tolerable accommodation. Let’s face it, if one of you will ask me for my banking … Continue reading Peasants on Zanzibar – Paradise on a budget.
Zambian days are like distorting mirror to Zimbabwe, everything here is more focused on Mzungu’s (white people) money. People rush us- even though nobody’s in a hurry, telling us “but it’s cheap!”- not knowing that we’re counting every penny. They crowd us horribly at every junction with “taxi?”, “help with bags?” and other questions we’re … Continue reading “It’ll be truly Zambian night”.
Botswana is beautiful. That’s for sure. But traveling through this amazing country might be challenging especially if you’re on a budget. It’s not impossible though! We’re here to prove it! Why you want to visit Botswana? It is blessed with the greatest wildlife and the most breath-taking landscapes you can dream of. It’s a land … Continue reading Botswana on a budget.
Today's post will be short. Why? First of all we’re in Botswana only a week, so I won’t make a screed out of it, secondly now we’re lacking both internet and power, which shouldn’t be a surprise to anyone considering that 85% of this country is a desert and elephants on the pavement are more … Continue reading Strange Botswana.
We spent almost 3 months in South Africa. Time is flying and when I’m recalling the best things we saw and done it always has the logo with oribu antlers or jumping rhino in the background. When we started our journey, we didn’t know what to do and where we should start, we didn’t exactly … Continue reading 5 best places to watch African wildlife.