Motsana Cultural Centre, Maun

We spotted the eye-catching Motsana Cultural Centre building from the road on our way to some nearby lodges. I guess…

2 years ago

Botswana’s Postal Service

BotswanaPost has in recent year undergone a re-brand and with that, overhauled its whole service delivery and offer. BotswanaPost’s rebranding…

2 years ago

Food glorious food

If there’s a trump card up Botswana’s sleeve, it’s Botswana beef. Prepare to add an inch or two to your…

3 years ago

Batswana are not tourists?

I spent the festive period in Maun, the gateway to the Okavango Delta and therefore a popular destination for most…

3 years ago

Power cuts and water rationing

Anyone travelling to (or planning to relocate to) Botswana needs to understand and appreciate the situation regarding water and electricity. Water…

3 years ago

Electricity in Botswana

Electricity just like water in Botswana is a huge challenge. I find it ironic that it took us until the…

3 years ago

Water Supply In Botswana

For a very long time, Botswana water was always considered safe to drink straight out of the tap. However, it…

3 years ago

Ice Glow Lantern Review

A lot of people around the world look forward to the summer each year. It’s not quite the same for…

3 years ago

Botswana Public Transport

Spotlight on Gaborone If you ever find yourself in Botswana, prepare yourself for the lack of reliable public transport. Well,…

3 years ago

Expat’s view on expats

Botswana is home to many expats from a variety of countries. I’m British and I can count on one hand…

3 years ago

Begging

Botswana, like many other countries, has issues with poverty and the gap between the rich and the poor is quite…

3 years ago

Diary of a pom living in Gaborone

Admittedly this post is taken from another blog site, however given it’s specifically about Botswana, I had to share. Please…

3 years ago

Public Transport

There are a few modes of public transport in Botswana; buses or planes will help with long distance journeys, but…

3 years ago