Monthly Archives: December 2012

Let It Snow!

There really is something special about a White Christmas. Of course, if you’re from a part of the world where snow is extremely rare, like the Serengeti from where I originally come, then you don’t really think about it. But … Continue reading

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Newsflash: World Still Spinning. Mayans Unsurprised.

Now, you’ve probably heard rumours that the Mayan Calendar predicts the world will end on December 21st, 2012. Today, in other words. But since I’m writing (and you’re reading) this blog, I’m assuming that didn’t happen. Which is no big … Continue reading

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Necropolis of Britannia Manor III

As many of you know, my favourite hobby is geocaching. One of the most sought-after geocaches in the world is Necropolis of Britannia Manor III, located in Austin, Texas. So when we visited the capital of the Lone Star State … Continue reading

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Mother Nature’s Indifference

We have another guest blogger this week: Sue is an important member of the Jaspa’s Journey team and is often mentioned in my blogs (which isn’t surprising, given the fact she’s Rich’s wife and so we always travel together). But … Continue reading

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