Wildlife in Norway’s Dovrefjell National Park and how to see them safely

As you travel between Oslo and Trondheim, you'll want to stop a few times. A short hike is just the ticket - good to move a bit, and at Hjerkinn you can also have a look at a very cool portal. Not a portal to [...]

Walking with alpacas (Day out Oslo)

Remember The Emperor’s New Groove? Where Kuzco, the selfish Inca emperor is transformed into a llama by mistake, when his evil advisor Yzma gives him the wrong poison? My kids must have seen that film 100 times, and can quote pretty much every line in [...]

2021-10-29T14:39:42+01:0027 April 2021|Animals, Daytrip, Europe with kids, Norway|

Norway on horseback

By Catarina Redisch in Hemsedal You know I love riding more than anything. Well, I'm just back from a week on the horseback in the mountains of Norway. Often, this means riding from cabin to cabin, but here we rode from mountain resort to mountain resort - got a bit spoiled [...]

Help protect #JustOneRhino – and win fab prizes

Here at Sophie's World we're passionate about animal welfare. It's perhaps genetic: apart from the family and very close friends, our mum/grandmum generally preferred animals to people. The rest of us aren't quite that extreme, at least not yet. Alexandra is a vegetarian solely for [...]

World at a Glance: Hot kitty in Brussels

When I began a sporadic little series Cats of the World a few years ago, this hot pink spandex cat on a bike in Brussels is not the type of cat I had in mind. Cats are indeed photogenic creatures, and so is this kitty. [...]

Cheetahs and other rescue animals at Inverdoorn (Day out Cape Town)

The semi-desert landscape of Klein Karoo I'm still in the Caucasus, and articles will be coming up when I'm back, or possibly before (Internet cafes depending). Meanwhile, I thought I'd tell you about this worthwhile animal rescue project in South Africa. On an [...]

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