Monthly Archives: August 2019

Wednesday photo: Hyena

I recently took a last minute, weekend trip to Kruger. It was a successful trip, with leopard, lion and elephant babies, so many hyena, a cheetah, and a honey badger, among others. Sadly, I wasn’t reunited with any of the … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo: Bananas

My neighbor and I realized late into our stay at our apartment complex that the plentiful fruit growing here was ours for the taking. There’s avocado, banana, guava, orange, lemon, and mango trees. We did a bit of research to … Continue reading

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How to survive winter in eSwatini

There always seems to be disbelief and confusion about how cold it gets here, especially in the mountains of Hhohho, including where I currently live in Mbabane. I admit to not knowing how serious winter is here when I was … Continue reading

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Wednesday photo: A goose

My apartment complex has a menagerie of animals, including a pair of geese. These usually stay in the upper yard, seldom visiting me in the lower yard. They aren’t too noisy but when they do visit, they love to hiss … Continue reading

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