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Bush Coffee – the easy way

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I drink the occasional coffee at home but prefer a well-done brew, I have a friend who is an absolute expert and enjoy coffee at his house or one of the select few coffee shops within walking distance of my house. I change somewhat when we go to the bush on one of our trips, we have a tradition of …

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Lockdown Adventure

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Yes, we realise that you can not walk the dog, run, or even hit a Mountain Bike trail whilst we are in a lockdown situation. But there is plenty one can do at home rather than binge-watching TV shows. Exercise even within the confines of your garden, is good for your overall health especially if you add in an element …

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Cheetahs…The race is on…

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If we don’t act now, soon there won’t be enough Cheetahs left to save, warns Dr Laurie Marker, founder and executive director of Namibia’s Cheetah Conservation Fund (CCF). One hundred years ago, 100,000 Cheetahs roamed most of Africa and Asia. In 1975 there were 30,000 and in 2000, around 10,000. Most of us could see the decline of the Cheetah …