If there s a place on earth that shows that it s possible to recover from even the most extremely desperate situations and that proves the phenomenal resilience both of people and nature, it has to be Rwanda. This December I spent a full month there and it reminded me how valuable it is to be able to spend significant time in one place really getting to know it better.
Due to a very last minute cancellation, as of today one room has become available on my Rwanda safari this year. I am offering this room (2 people sharing) at a hefty discount as a result! You can do either week one, week two, or both combined. I m open to any suggestions if you think you can join us next month! I can also offer this to a single person at a big discount, however single supplement still applies for the lodges.
Like many homes across Australia at the moment, our household has been caught up in the frenzy of Lion King Ooshie collectibles as part of the promotion by Woolworths to coerce us all to buy more groceries from them. My kids are nuts about them, as are most of the kids at school, it seems. Never mind they are plastic rubbish that will end up in the ocean as turtle food in the not too distant future. To the kids they are pure gold! I took our youngest, Shep, to see the new Lion King movie a week ago and it really did live up to expectations - both his and mine. The movie is in the process of making billions of dollars through The Lion King franchise, but what is Disney doing to help conserve lions in the wild?