When Victor came to me with this "idea" that he wanted to have a court wedding (versus a traditional African ceremony), of course, the best gift we could offer him was the most spectacular wedding ven
More and more Gwango guests ask to visit our Canine Anti-Poaching Unit - and if you've dropped in lately, you'll have seen the new kennels going up. We're constructing 6 dog kennels at Gwango Empuli V
You asked for it - and... and now all of our Bush Chalets have privacy doors between the bedroom and the bathroom.
I wish mom could have lived to see this day. This change is very personal.
Danny tends to want to open all the dog kennels so we can see all the dogs at once, rather than one at a time. What follows is a frenzy as each dog rushes out to say hello.
Having rabbits, you've got to worry about feeding them constantly. In Zimbabwe, rabbits are typically fed with greens similar to kale, or grains. We can also easily find commercially pelleted rabbit f
We have the most handsome buck rabbit in the country. His name is Red, he's friendly and loves attention.
This month, the Gwango team got really excited about a second visit from the Free to Smile volunteers. The team came to Hwange for a short break after spending a week at Mpilo Hospital in Bulawayo whe
Birds flourish this time of year, and in particular, we look forward to seeing the return of certain birds we've grown accustomed to seeing.
How happy I was during an unscheduled visit to Dampa Secondary School today! I found that the school had not wasted any time in constructing a building for flushing toilets.
Vimpy's battered old drilling rig is back to drill yet another borehole for the elephants and wildlife at Gwango. This time, itâ€™s at Gwango Heritage Resort near Gobelo Bar & Grill.
Last night a huge rainstorm came through, and with it a strong wind. We found this morning, a massive teak tree had been yanked from its roots. It now lay spread across the Kalahari sand near our voll
Tiresome! That is the only word I can come up with when I think of the baboons here. I remember our first few weeks at Gwango. We had nothing but the bush to watch all day, and I'd spend hours observi
He pranced ahead excitedly, glad to be outside. Suddenly, Husky leaps 2 meters in the air yelping! He's been bitten by a scorpion on his left back foot.