Street Photography Moments

I have a keen interest in taking photos not only for a good selfie but I believe there’s always more to the story and enjoy capturing memories. Joined the Lusaka Camera Chat Group to see what I could learn and get tips on my photo game. Led by David Brown, we meet at Rhapsody’s in…

Spread Love not Hate

As we are in the month of Love I wanted to share some quotes about love not as corny as you might think but short and sweet. Which I believe shouldn’t be just for a month but for all time. There’s a lot of negativity in the world we live in today and whether you…

A Reflective Moment

One day you wake up and it clicks as to what’s important, what matters in life and any unwanted opinion that came your way was just one sided. I lost a friend who was given six weeks to live to cancer a few years back, once you see what that time limit does. It changes…

What’s Cooking: Thai Chicken Meatballs

Our lives revolve around food it brings people together whether its something big or small, fills you up and puts a smile on your face. My relationship with food has mostly been about been what I can and cannot eat. Now this recipe I love, can’t remember where I got from. I have however added…

Conservation: Cheers to the Elephants

I was invited to a charity event in August to raise funds for wildlife education and conservation through the Game Rangers International inconjunction with the David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation. One of the most memorable moments of the night was having the pleasure of listening to the English soprano Laura Wright belt some tunes.So, I finally…

Zambia: The Problem with Misconceptions

With so many myths about Africa in existence, it is often hard to get a realistic view of a continent that is as complex as it is beautiful in its own right. There are many that have a tendency of reducing the planet’s second-largest continent of 54 countries to a single country. Misconceptions, perceptions and generalisations…

Motivation: Feel Good Inc

For anyone that is going through something you realised that sometimes life just happens and whatever the situation might be, it is just out of your control and you just have to put it in God’s hands. So, no matter how hopeless or helpless you may feel you just have to keep going, make some…

Almost Camping at Blue Lagoon National Park

Blue Lagoon is a wildlife sanctuary on the Kafue plains a place without traffic, electricity, running water or phone signal, unless you stand in one particular spot which I couldn’t quite find. It is the perfect place to see the stunning milky way whilst sitting around a camp fire.We were booked at Nakeenda where we…

LIVING AN SLS FREE LIFE

In this blog I thought I should share a bit about the products I use to deal with my eczema and how I live a sulphate free life. My body now feels softer using sulphate free products in combination with an emollient cream. What are Sulphates? Sodium Lauryl Sulphate (SLS) and Sodium Laureth Ether Sulphate…

TRAVEL: A DRIVE TO SIAVONGA

Lusaka has been having uncharacteristically hot weather for this time of year when it should be the rainy season, and when the rain began it was heavy and lasted for 3 days which meant it was time for a weekend getaway to Siavonga. First stop was for a tea, wooven crafts, amethyst and some goat…