Our newest room type at Gwango Heritage Resort is the Deluxe Chalet which includes two double beds, en suite bathroom and private verandas with a forest view.
Interestingly, among some Christians, there is a belief that a flamboyant tree was near the place where Jesus was crucified. The blood of Jesus was shed over the flowers of the tree and this is how th
After the fatal failure of our first kits, we are learning the rabbit breeding cycle. Mate in the hutch of the buck, palpate at 10-14 days and then place the nesting boxes in the doe's cage at 28 days
The women of our community go into the forest to cut grass at the National Parks, Forestry areas and on private concessions. The agreement they make is that they'll work (provide labour), in exchange
The big dilemma is how I'll grow fig trees in an environment where elephants pluck literally every bit of vegetation that I plant.
In expectation of her litter, we have built Misty a rabbit hutch. We've placed some straw in the nesting box. We are not absolutely certain when to expect the litter since the mating took place on dif
Cleaning rabbit hutches, feeding and petting the rabbits is quickly becoming my favourite passtime.
Red has quite the personality. I'm able to pet him and he seems to enjoy the attention.
There are so many ways to visit Africa! Start by thinking about the activities that interest you most. Some folks are eager to see specific species of wildlife, like the big cats, but for others it ma
It's almost the rainy season here, so I decided to dig up some of the fascinating insect photos I've taken at Gwango over the years.
Our staff uses far too much cooking oil! This has been a topic of many conversations. We have tried to emphasize to them that too much oil is rather unhealthy - artery clogging, etc. etc.
A python had made himself quite at home near the bird cages and rabbit hutches. Not your ordinary welcome home!
Our German Shepherd puppies are growing quickly! As they get older, we're getting to know their personalities. This beautiful day, just before sunset, we took young Rhys (my 5 year-old friend) to meet
Danny and I are privileged to be hosting the U.S. Embassy Consul, Mrs. Amy Diaz, and the Australian Embassy Consul, Mrs. Cathy Jenkins.