Nelson Mandela wanted to be remembered as someone who “did his duty on earth”. This means that he felt he had a responsibility towards earth. What an incredible standpoint from which to run your life. How many of us can say that such a worthy sentiment strikes us at all, let alone becomes the guiding […]
Having recently undergone what’s widely regarded as one of life’s most stressful events, I am currently in need of some serious chillaxing.
My day begins at dawn. I’ve always been an early riser. Lying in is for wimps. After breakfast, arguably the best meal of the day, I set off for the office.
Huarani Ecolodge in Ecuador’s Amazon rainforest has been recently refurbished – in an eco-friendly way, of course! The dining room roof was reconstructed using durable materials that replaced the former thatched roof that had a short shelf life. The new roofs that will last for around 20 years were built with wood covered with a […]
If you’re travelling from Saadani to The Tides, and are offered the chance to make the journey by road rather than by the short by air, grab it!
This trip to Tanzania was my first-ever visit to Africa, and I suppose I had all the usual preconceptions from watching a mixture of David Attenborough and Comic Relief.