Overlooking the Cape
This is the view down from Platterklip Gorge...For those who havn't been to Cape Town before, just get there. It's an incredible place.
The winery Starc-Conde has a tasting room sitting over the little lake they have on the property, an amazingly beautiful place with even better wine.
The vineyards, with the back drop of mountains in behind. Here we are at Delheim winery in Stellenbosch.
Kids of Khayelitsha
These kids were playing on the street next door to the craft centre we visited. They were only too happy to have their photo taken together.
The colours of BohKaap
A bunch of young Ehtiopian boys relaxing up on the top of Entoto Mountain overlooking Addis Ababa.
This is a Road Safety message in Ethiopia. Its a combination of scare tactics and laziness.
During our Ethiopian Wedding Ceremony we were lucky enough to be right up close to the action!
Giraffe havin some leaves.
We were fortunate to see some incredible animals up close and in their natural habitat on our safari.
We were caught up in an Elephant stampede on our safari. Amazing to see so many up close and personal.
Mother and Cub
Apparently it is quite rare to see a mother and its cubs, so we were quite fortunate. However, the mother was trying to palm them off onto another lion so they could breastfeed them.
Got your back!
Zebra's stand head to tail so as to monitor their surroundings and keep watch of predators, which are definitely around!
This local masai boy just appeared on the side of the road as we were driving out of the Ngorongoro Crater.
Off to make some cash
A local villager taking his lazy goat to the market to make some money.
This is a local Tanzanian Market where you can buy almost anything.
Long trek into town...
Overlooking the Ethiopian countryside on the outskirts of Lalibella these women cart their numerous goods many kilometres into town to sell them on market day. They have about 10kms more to go...
Donkey doing the work...
If you're lucky enough to be able to afford a donkey, it will carry everything for you into town!
On route to the markets!
A family of locals off to the market in Lalibella.
There are people absolutely scrambling in all directions at the markets!
A vibrant market place where you can buy all your fruits, spices, grains and fabrics!
Children of Ethiopia
We were lucky enough to do a farm visit to see how an average Ethiopian family lives...The necessities in life are vastly different.
Local grain or 'fendisha' as it's called which is often consumed throughout an Ethiopian coffee ceremony.
Lights, Ferris, Action!
The Christmas festival is still continuing in London!
The view through to Big Ben...and a few of London's infamous double deckers.
Blue eye's are always a winner, and the Eye of London is no different.
The amazing sunset over the unfinished Chard in London