Will the real Santa Claus please stand up! Of the Sami, Reindeers and Huskies

One of the oldest living cultures in Norway, and possibly the world is that of the Sami people, who have been surviving in the barren landscapes of Sami Land (the area commonly known as Lapland) for thousands of years. We spent a lovely afternoon at their temporary dwelling outside Tromso. We played with the reindeers…

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Jungle Luxury – Ranthambore


This quick trip to Ranthambore National Park, The biggest Wildlife Reserve in India was really an excuse for pampering. It was more about Relaxing than the wildlife, I have to be honest :).

But the pampering was par excellence! We stayed at the Vanya Vilas. One of the most beautiful, tented luxury camps in India. The food, the service, the tents, the pool and the Spa! Ah, what a treat. The wildlife wasn’t too bad either ;).

Take a look at what I’m talking about…
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Burkina Faso – My first Big Game Safari

 Burkina Faso is a new and exciting hunting destination.. Burkina offers many of the West African species of big-game that you can find in Cameroon and Benin such as Western Roan, Savannah Buffalo, Western Kob, Sing Sing Waterbuck, Harnessed Bushbuck, Waterbuck, Western Hartebeest and Nagor Reedbuck.

After 6 days of  tracking, stalking and hard hunting, the Majestic, Elusive but BEAUTIFUL Lion!

Encompassing an area of 120,000 hectares in total, our concession was one of the first hunting concessions created in Burkina Faso. Sharing a 35 km border with the famous Arly National Park and with over 400kms of off road trails covering the hunting area, our concession is one of the finest in the country. An abundance of game, reasonable pricing and a safe destination provides an unbeatable combination for International hunters.For more info try

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Lion shot after tracking it for 7 days. A typical west African lion hardly any mane.

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