Winner of a Tourism Authority of Thailand Award for International Media Reporting, Caroline Hurry has written for Independent Newspapers, The Citizen, Sunday Times, Business Traveller, Journeys, and Habitat, among others. Married to a Dane, she divides her time between Copenhagen and Johannesburg. A self-described word herder, dog wrangler, and cat slave, she loves visiting new countries and sitting in the lap of luxury
Slowly the tiny ball in the wooden crate began to unwind. Its scales moved and a pointy nose followed by two black button eyes emerged. Natalie, a veterinary nurse, was entranced. The baby pangolin unwrapped its tail, holding out its front legs to be picked up. It was love at first sight! NEIL ALDRIDGE took all the images
The wonder of Thanda is that you're guaranteed sightings the minute you're inside and it wasn’t long we were sitting on our sundeck outside our tent overlooking the hilly wilderness to admire seven nyala browsing nearby, secure in the knowledge that the electric fence would protect us all.
In conjunction with the Good Work Foundation (GWF) Sabi Sabi Private Game Reserve, opened the Lillydale Digital Learning Campus (LDLC) earlier this month on the premises of the easily-accessible Hlomani High School
Vietnamese is difficult to master but my husband’s friend Thuy (pronounced Too-eey) taught me to say: “Bon cau bi nghet” pronounced “bonne-cow-bee-knee-yet”, which means “the lavatory does not flush”. Always a useful foreign phrase, I find.