Vienna is resplendent. I have never been to a place oozing with such imperial grandeur at every turn, and I live in the home of Buckingham Palace, Westminster Palace and The Mall.
We arrived in Zagreb on a Thursday afternoon after a very comfortable flight with Croatian Airlines, grabbed Croatian Airlines bus into the city and got promptly lost trying to find the tramline to our apartment.
We received some bad news during my second build week – a young bull elephant in Mama Afrika’s herd may have been shot during the week. Top of our list of priorities for Patrol Week was to find them.
If I had been wondering whether all this was worth it for a few days of tracking elephants, I can now confirm that it absolutely most definitely 100% was completely worth it.
“Man is man. He has strong muscles. He loves his wall.” — Big Mattias One week in, I am alive and well. We left town on Monday morning and had a long drive to the EHRA base camp. The drive was 5 hours long. On bumpy sand roads. We got a flat tyre on the … More Africa 2016: Build Week
“Let us step into the night and pursue that flighty temptress, adventure.” – Albus Dumbledore I am finally off. After years of wanting it, months of planning it, and weeks of shopping for it, I am going to Africa.
I know we are all bored stiff with #EURef chat, but bear with me. There is little to like about the impending referendum on Britain’s membership of the EU. Alas, although “UKIP forced the debate into EU GOOD or EU BAD, and then my backbenchers made me feel awkward about it” doesn’t sound like a good … More 4 diagrams on our relationship with the European Union