24 Mar
Days adrift.  Click here to see our best and worst experiences so far.
Number of flights.  Click here to go to the itinerary page.
Bus, train and taxi rides.  Click here to see all posts relating to transport. (56 posts)
Miles walked.  Click here to see all posts relating to walking and trekking. (43 posts)
Countries visited.  Click here to see what we think of them. (14 posts)
Number of species spotted.  Click here to go to our wildlife page.
Photos taken.  Click here to go to the photo gallery. (90 posts)
Rainy days.  Click here to find posts relating to the weather. (49 posts)
Number of times scammed.  Click here to read all about it!  (2 posts)
Otters spotted.  Click here to go to our website about otters: amblonyx.com
...two travellers in search of the world's wildlife


If our year has a theme, it’s wildlife. We love watching animals in any setting, and have a particular fondness for otters.



We’re hoping to find otters in South Africa, Thailand and Chile. There’s a slight chance we might see them in Nepal, Cambodia, Singapore, Indonesia and Ecuador as well. Check out www.amblonyx.com to find out where we’ve already seen otters, as well as loads more information on these wonderful animals.

Here’s a shortcut to all our otter sightings through the year (sososoSO hope this isn’t empty in a year’s time!).

And another shortcut to our gallery of otter photos.

2 Responses to “Wildlife”

  1. Carmen says:

    I think Wilson should be included as other wildlife, hehehe….
    Thank you for your kind words. It was a pleasure having you here and maybe next time you’ll be able to try other mushrooms as well! Safe travels

    • Harker says:

      Those before me have expesserd my thoughts exactly! What I love about your pictures is that they are not simply pictures of otters or eagles or herons, etc. They are pictures that catch the essence of the animal .to see the fur segmented because of the current swim and seeing the drops of water flying in the air from a good shake almost puts action into those pictures. I can’t tell you how much I enjoy your photography. Thank you very much for sharing.Anne.

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