On Planning Family Safaris

We have just returned home from a fabulous safari through Kenya with two beautiful families. It was a tremendous adventure, we created so many remarkable memories together and we feel deeply privileged to have planned and guided this trip.

There’s Life in the Old Blog Yet

To our dear friends out there in cyberspace, I trust this finds you all hale and hearty? It’s been too long indeed and this has been a matter of hot debate in our rather mobile household. Particularly so, when approaching the topic of resuscitating this blog. I was of the opinion we could just get cracking with a yarn or two from out in the sticks accompanied by a jaunty picture of me in my khakis. Jana, however, felt our outrageously long absence required, at the very least, some acknowledgement. Even if we are found wanting when it comes to an assortment of believable explanations.

Back to School

My day began with an early bird stroll along the Hudson River. The morning was crystal clear and the Manhattan skyline was as spectacular as ever. A very friendly couple, guarded by a pair of Red Setters and enjoying what looked to be a dubious roll-up agreed, with some vigour, to take a picture or two of yours truly, in situ, for blog enhancement. We have them to thank for these.

Getting the word about town – an expedition somewhat out of my comfort zone!

I have recently returned from a tour of the USA where I had been gallivanting about the country promoting In The Wild’s “tailor made adventures” with much shenanigans and more malarkey!

And we are off!

It has been a frantic few months polishing up the plans, registering our business and finding our brand. Our designer and friend Ana Zmire has worked tirelessly on our fantastic web site and wonderful logo.She has put up with our outrageous fussiness with admirable patience and genuine good humour. It is with sincere thanks to this young lady that we can announce our “going live” and publish this first blog!