By Kelly Clarke
I remember the moment vividly; filled with indignation I knew I had to get my revenge, and eventually I did. It was sweet. I was 12-years-old. It was a Saturday evening; movie night in the Clarke household. Back then, it was a trip to the video store for Hollywood’s latest blockbuster; on-demand and Netflix didn’t exist. With my mum and I in charge of the popcorn, my father and brother were tasked with going to fetch the film.
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By Elizabeth C. Leon
A naturalist in Colorado changes her approach. Instead of shielding new buds on poppies and columbines from the mouths of wild creatures, she welcomes them to her garden buffet
Continue reading Given the chipmunks and deer, the tulips didn’t stand a chance
By Anjana Sankar
Spread the word to your pet-owning friends. If they’re going on holiday soon and are paranoid about what to do with Foxy the fluffball, they can contact a bunch of pet sitters who will be the perfect guardians
Continue reading If you love animals and are reliable, you can be a pet sitter
Bernd Debusmann Jr.
Seeing an elephant in its natural habitat is an unforgettable experience. It is impossible to look at an elephant and not smile. Although slow and lumbering, they somehow manage to move with grace. Luckily for us in the Emirates, elephants are just a few flight hours away, in Sri Lanka. Continue reading Go on, put Sri Lanka’s elephant orphanage on your bucket list