This year I / we are keeping it simple…
For some of you fortunate enough to take time out to have a holiday, to travel to the seaside, or to the mountains even into desolate desert`s or if you are staying at home my wish for you is to be safe and sound.
If you might be spending time alone take a walk outside no matter where you may be you will notice that we are never truly alone. How do I know? Nature and the people I care about and meet everyday show me.
I take “mini monster” on tour!
If you don`t know what to do with yours, give them to me, we have lots of fun and its educational.
We are officially and legally compliant with the South African Tourism Authority Laws.
If your`e in town or just busy at work? or would like to give you children an interesting, fun educational way to learn a little more, it would be my pleasure to care for them for the day/days. There is so much for them to see and to do, and they get to have a good time in the process. The days outings always combines a little art, culture a lot of nature, some science, even history, also personal skills development, they even learn about sharing and caring! Mostly though it`s more about having a happy fun day doing something different.
See the contact us page and I will tailor make a trip to suit your requirements depending on the kids interests.
He lives on the outskirts of Johannesburg in a park for animals.
If in Johannesburg for a stop over, come on a short trip with us he would love to see you, and we would love to take you to have lots of fun.
All our vehicles and guides fully registered to operate legally in South Africa.
This Giraffe rather fancied my guests watch!
Lots of fun and games- cheeky ostrich!
In aid of The Rotary Club of Rosebank.
Throughout the Ages miniaturism has been part of art culture of almost every corner of the universe, a fact which is evidenced in all major Art Museums of the world.
Seen here miniature artists Karen Wiggell (Bell), Hazel Kruger and Valarie Christie.
The miniature Art Society of South Africa was formed in February 1992 by Artist Charmain Kennealy seen in the adjacent picture on the right and Jeff Sochen. The artist on the left is Valerie Christie.
It is said that Miniature Art is know as the Intimate Art. “The artist who creates the piece of work is honing in on the specific quality of a personal feeling or relationship , almost a private “conversation” with the working surface”
Yeah its snowing!
No rowing boats today!
Its snowing silly!
What snow? in Johannesburg?