National parc Ranomafana |

National Parc Ranomafana – Madagascar

Dark clouds On our way to Ranomafana from Ambositra the clouds quickly gathered together. The closer we got to our final destination, the worse the road became and the darker the sky. And just before we got to the hotel the rain started pouring down. And when it rains in Africa, it rains! On top of that, the roads quickly…

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Curacao, Travel

Curacao – yet again

In case you were wondering: we’ve been hiding here in Curacao for the last couple of days. It’s been maybe not the best time to book a holiday in Curacao as we’ve had dodgy weather, threatening hurricanes (that thankfully passed), waters that went wild, beaches that disappeared and more of that kind of stuff. Well, ok, I’m making it sound…

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Cathedral in Siena |

Travel: Siena – Italy

O Siena…. (singing at the tone of O Vienna by Ultravox… Remember that one? 🙂 Sorry, I couldn’t help myself but everytime I hear the name of Siena I start singing about Vienna… Call me weird…! When we went to Tuscany we got about a zillion tips of people that had been there and so we heard many times that…

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Chameleons of Madagascar
Africa, Madagascar, Travel

Travel ; Creatures of Madagascar

If you’ve ever been to Madagascar I’m sure you were as blown away as me by the variety of slightly odd creatures you find there. It’s a unique country in many ways, but we went there to see the lemurs and the chameleons more than anything else. The lemurs are unique to Madagascar as they cannot survive in any other…

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Willemstad, Curacao |
Curacao, North- and South America, Travel

Snapshots Curacao

As I am writing this I am sitting on our terrace outside of our appartment while it’s still very warm outside. Possibly 29˚C or there about. The temperature here doesn’t fluctuate that much. Each day it rises to about 33 ˚C and then ‘cools down’ to 29 in the evening. Yes, I am still in Curacao as we speak. Sadly…

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Africa, Kenya, Travel

Snapshots Kenya

The last couple of days I have been spending in Kenya. I was there by invitation of Coca Cola and Pure Circle to see how stevia is being grown, where it comes from and how it is processed. I will tell you all about it soon but for now a few snapshots I took with my phone. It is such…

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