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Peanuts and Ice (Karanga na Barafu) Jerry goes solo!!

Peanuts and Ice (Karanga na Barafu) Jerry goes solo!!

Barafu Camp – courtesy of Bruce and Jason Leader 2010 kili challenge There have been a few developments and happenings from the slopes of Kilimanjaro since my last update, Kili Challenge of a lifetime! The new news is that Maddy after picking up a stomach bug somewhere in Arusha decided as her condition had not […]

Maddy and Jerry – Kili challenge of a life time

Maddy and Jerry – Kili challenge of a life time

A short update for family, friends and followers of a Kili challenge that is now on Day 4. Due to the trek beginning on the western side of the mountain in heavy forest, communications over the first few days on these lower stages has been a little trying. However we did speak with Paul Silwamba […]

Serengeti – more than we expected!!

Serengeti – more than we expected!!

Great stories and sightings from Bush2Beach – “Simon Kimaro“ who just returned from a 7 days wildlife safari on the Northern parks that took him right through the Serengeti to visit Lake Victoria, spending a few nights at Speke bay where the clients enjoyed local fishing practises, birding, along with experiencing a little culture of […]

A lifetime dream about to become reality – Father and daughter take the kili challenge!!

A lifetime dream about to become reality – Father and daughter take the kili challenge!!

A short introduction is all that’s needed I feel to capture the reader’s attention to this up and coming adventure tale. This bush update will be a little different to others as I will try to keep it as live as possible as we follow Wallace (Jerry) Martindale and his daughter Madeleine (Maddy). They commence […]

Did you know ??

Did you know ??

Perhaps readers of this travel advice blog or other sources have been catching reviews on Tanzania and the Swahili coast which is so often over shadowed by Zanzibar. My article revamp on the Hidden Trail was shouted out to one and all as we feel this part of Tanzania is worthy of repeated updates to make the […]

The slow pace of Safari and the magic moments thereafter…

The slow pace of Safari and the magic moments thereafter…

Green season in Tanzania is commonly known as “Low Season” this should not be translated to a bad season or a period not to plan a wildlife safari through the Northern safari circuit as it can hold many highlights without it being all go, go, go in order to tick off the next species on […]