Category Archives: Tricia

Beho Beho Bushblog – Tricia – 16th October

This season has felt more magical than seasons past. And we’ve made some memories over the years that are difficult to beat.   In most seasons, I’ve just managed a glimpse – one glimpse all season – of a Sunset … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Tricia – 23rd June

Finally off the Market   While the rains were falling on Kipalala Hill on the 8th April, Phil and I shared the happiest day of our lives basking in sunny Wales. Yes, you read that right.   Normally we spend … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Tricia – 8th October

  It never gets old.   Many of our guests are seasoned safari goers. Some have been to Beho Beho multiple times. But every now and then we have guests who choose Beho Beho for their first safari.   I … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Tricia – 26th July

Perhaps more widely used than English or Spanish, football is the true international language. A game that crosses divides created by location and generation. And it is surely a past-time that extends into the bush. This year the Beho Beho … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Tricia – 26 Nov

American Thanksgiving   So back to my love of holidays…   It’s been 7 years since I’ve celebrated Thanksgiving in the States. I have many fond memories of Thanksgivings past sitting with my mom and grandma early in the morning … Continue reading

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Beho Beho Bushblog – Tricia – 09 November

An Ode to Rain   Pluviophile: (n) a lover of the rain; someone who finds peace and joy during rainy days   Since I was young, I have always loved a good storm. Even as an adult I’ll still dance … Continue reading

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Foodie blog – Tricia – 25 September

Leaving a Legacy   I remember my jaw nearly hitting the floor the first time I had a pistachio macaron at tea time in Beho Beho. It was exactly how I’d experienced them in Paris – a crisp yet airy … Continue reading

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