I still remember the first time I saw giraffes walking in the wild. I was in a van on my way to Masai Mara N.P. in Kenya. The others I was with were taking a nap. I was silently looking at the Kenyan savannah go by, sitting reclined back in my seat. All of a sudden there they were: about three or four giraffes, just strolling around a bit.
New Zealand has a variety of landscapes. One day you’re driving through green hills with sheep – lots of sheep. The next day you see mountains covered in snow.
The heat and humidity had taken its toll. I was feeling tired and decided to sit down next to the river. I saw bamboo boats passing by and some fishermen cleaning their nets.
There’s topic that I think more people need to know about. Uluru, Australia. To be more precise: climbing Uluru.
I love a whole lot of nothing. For some reason I love deserts and other never-ending landscapes.
For the last couple of weeks your documentary Arctic with Bruce Parry was broadcasted on Dutch television. I thought it was very interesting to see how the indigenous life of people from the arctic has changed as a result of the melting of the ice caps.
Something I realized while travelling is that I love sailing.
Today the Dutch World Wildlife Fund (WWF) started a new campaign. Top model Doutzen Kroes is starring in the beautiful new commercial, motivating everyone to pass on the earth.