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Only 4 spots left for Kenya in July!

This is THE year to go to Kenya, with prices being so much lower than usual due to the masses being scared off due to ebola in west Africa (a long, long way from Kenya – you’re closer to the ebola countries in London than you are in Nairobi, just to put it in perspective).  I only have 3
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Calling all Africaphiles in SE Queensland!

Being based in my old haunt, South East Queensland, for the next month or so, it seems too good an opportunity to miss to get together with fellow Africa-lovers in this part of the world.  Annie from Annie’s Books on Perigian, a huge Africaphile herself, is hosting a night of Africa with yours
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Join me in Kenya’s famous Maasai Mara in July

There’s never been a better time to go to Kenya, as while tourist numbers are down you’ll get better deals to travel there than ever before.  Kenya is EBOLA FREE (the ebola zone in west Africa is closer to London than it is to Nairobi) and the terrorist attacks that have been highlighted
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The Awesome Okavango

There are few places in the world where you can watch wild animals at very close range without them being affected by your presence.  Botswana’s Okavango Delta is one of these rare places and if you’ve never seen it, believe me, it’s worth the visit.
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Ebola’s impact on elephants

Don’t worry, elephants don’t get ebola.  Well not as far as I’m aware!  But that doesn’t mean they won’t be severely affected by the disease in other ways.  Indeed, elephant populations will very likely be impacted indirectly and I think we should be very concerned abou
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