Albino boy has received protective clothing and has been seen by a doctor

February 19, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
Wilderness' Serra Cafema camp responded to my blog post on tripadvisor. Thank you so much Serra Cafema for sending the doctor to the albino child and having provided him with protective clothing! I am so happy for the kid that he is getting help. Here is an extract of the response from Serra Cafema: "With regards to the young boy, although he d...
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Himba boy with albinism near Wilderness Safari's Serra Cafema camp in the Kunene region of Namibia

January 19, 2014  •  Leave a Comment
I wanted to link this blog post to my review of Wilderness' Namibian Serra Cafema camp on Tripadvisor but Tripadvisor refused to publish the review with the link as they considered the url commercial and self promotional and a violation of their rules, while all I wanted to achieve is that perhaps some future travelers read this post and pack somet...
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Runner-up in the Travel Photographer of the Year contest 2013

December 23, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
My middle daughter Myriam has been Runner-Up in the 2013 Travel Photographer of the Year contest in the age category 14 years and under. For Myriam (12) it came as a big surprise as it was the first time she participated in a photo contest. Her elder sister Rebecca was Runner-Up in the same contest in 2012. Myriam's images will be featured at the T...
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Angry hippo versus elephant

October 05, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
My images of the angry hippo versus the elephant have been published in various newspapers and on national geographic this week through the UK press agency Rex Features. This elephant had crossed to an island in the middle of the Chobe river in Botswana. The hippo was not happy about it and was apparently defending its territory. When more elephan...
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Baboons versus leopard

October 04, 2013  •  Leave a Comment
We find a heavily bleeding baboon in Zambia's South Luangwa National Park. His troop is making loud alarm calls. It turned out that the baboon had attacked the cub of a female leopard and the leopard had subsequently wounded the baboon. Our guide was convinced that the leopard would return once she had brought her cub into safety. We waited...
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