19 April 2010, 01:24 | Markus Borner
Serenity in Serengeti
The Africa Regional Offices are enjoying quiet days as the volcano in Iceland has not only stopped international flights, but in doing so the number of tourists coming into the Serengeti National Park has dropped drastically.
The morning hum of small aircrafts arriving and departing with new visitors has ceased, leaving only sounds of cicada, flies and doves to fill the air. Most small charter companies are joining forces to bring in one or two flights per day, rather than one or two flights per day per company.
The evening rumble of Land Rovers driving...