Posts Tagged ‘rhinoceros’

Enjoying a safari I usually organise

November 19th, 2009, posted in Uncategorized

Planning other people’s safari is what I do best. Why? Because I want them to have the best experience possible. I choose the best venues to suite their budget and interest and then send them on their way. I’m passionate about wildlife safaris, but rock art and wilderness safaris come in tie for second spot!

Anyway, everyday of my life is dedicated to helping someone somewhere take a safari in Africa, but the best project I run is the Bush Therapy project. We find that when people are in a place of serenity, with awesome scenery, the sounds of running water or simply watching animals out in the open, they tend to discern a stirring that takes place within their soul.

Pieter; my Trails guide, game ranger, field guide and husband; told me at breakfast yesterday that we were going to have some Bush Therapy as a family! We spent the whole day together! We took a slow drive, watching birds, finding insects, taking pictures of animals, soaking up the sights and sounds of the game reserve and ending it off with a picnic! By dusk we had a hippo keeping an eye on us in the dam in front of us and rhinoceros grazing behind us, toads croaking, birds tweeting their good night song and our souls became saturated with that warm fuzzy feeling!