Botswana is a great place to go on safari, everybody are going there including the royal family. The Spanish King had a bit of an accident this week. Safari‘s are good fun but there are many things that may seem unusual and many obstacles out the sticks, its little wonder the king of Spain had an accident. he already has a bad hip and is 74 years of age. Giraffes and elephants are my favourite animals to see and if I went on Safari I would go where the king went, it would be nice to follow in elephants footprints. Their feet are huge. Here in London you do not get much chance to see the elephants, they have the zoo in Camden, have you been before. Wait where was I? Welcome to Stirring Trouble Internationally. This is news site stirring Trouble Internationally. Welcome. In this post I will show five things you might not know about going on Safari, things you should pack in your suitcase and speculate about what kind of stories you might on return bring back with you to friends and family.
As you may have already gathered its nice to look at other people enjoying themselves, an economical way of travelling about without travelling about. These things are why media are great. As journalists though we come away from what we want and support the reporting of news. Over on Stirring Trouble Internationally you can get a more concise update on Botswana and Spain. The king of Spain made an appearance today apologising for his accident.
Over on Stirring Trouble Internationally you can read how the press make a meal out of the Spanish Kings safari holiday accident. The sympathy for Spain now is very high. The unity in the EU for Spain is high and after the problems in Greece I sure everything will be ok in Spain and Ireland. The press is suggesting the monarchy could be effected in someway, I sure the King will get better soon, his foot will heel like the economy and everything will be ok,
Here are five thing you should bring with you on Safari if you want to have a smooth trip.
- Moth balls are always good, they stop moths and flies from getting in your clothes and hats, last thing you want is moths in the ears.
- A decent battery for your camera so you can capture the trip and share it with friends and family.
- A hamper full of lovely sandwiches, wrapped in swaddling cloth and a decent set of plastic cutlery so you can trim of the crusts.
- A decent cloth which you can keep in your back pocket to wipe the seat from all the sun.
- Sunglasses are key, the UV rays can blind people or make you see spots (yes it is a giraffe).
Some points about having your own happy trip to Botswana and how to feel like a king during a deflated economy.
Firstly Botswana is not the only place to go on safari, Kenya is another good place. Yesterday was great watching the Kenyans run the London marathon. Perhaps going on safari is good place to train when running long distances. Its a long flight, so be ready for forgetting things, you cannot fit everything in the suitcase. Here is what you should put in the happy case.
- A big bag of monkey nuts for the elephants, their cheap and taste great, they leave a bit of a mess if you eat them yourself. If you want to travel light you could try pistachios instead of bulky monkey nuts. Nuts contain special properties that make you smile.
- A positive book to read, avoid anything to do with the economy or banking. Historical books are good, Henry the Eighth is a corker and the Knights Templar have some great literature too, they are slim and quick to read.
- A jar of pickled jalapeno’s they go great with everything. You can put them in the microwave or mix them with beans over the camp fire. Be careful though beans make you fart. Last thing you want leaving a bad aroma everywhere you go.
In conclusion we have explored a few silly things about what to bring on that dream safari. We have looked at the importance of light-hearted humour in reaction to what the news is reporting. And remember it’s not true till you have seen it with your own eyes. Going to the zoo is good but will never be the same as going on an often once in a lifetime opportunity to go on safari. The thing is though why do people choose to go on holiday at the most difficult of times. I could be any of these things: keeping up appearances, letting go of the obsessing reality in the hope your energy will prevent an atrocity happening. There is no need to apologise even though we all apologise again and again for things we know nothing of. The world thanks to the media is a smaller place and like an elephant the flattening on the world exchanges ideas and information about lots of different things, so you do not have to worry about putting your foot in things, really everything is going to be ok and everything is going to get better. If you save up you to like the king can go on safari.
The currency in South Africa has risen for some time, the Ran is improving. Here in London when cut backs happen the same things happen here. Those who have the luxury to take the usual holidays, go on holiday and have a nice time Royal’s Obsessing With Hunting. Or How King Carlos Put His Foot In It http://ow.ly/1j0Hr8
- King sorry for elephant hunt safari (scotsman.com)
- King of Spain Gets It Bad for Hunting Elephants. (elephantjournal.com)
- Anger over Kings hunting trip (realestatemarbella.wordpress.com)
- Surgery for king after breaking hip (scotsman.com)