Posted by: travelrat | October 21, 2021

Z for …

Zebra:

Illustrated is the endangered Grevy’s Zebra. More common is the Common Zebra (stands to reason, really!), once known as Burchell’s Zebra. It’s easily distinguished by wider stripes, which go all the way round its body. There’s also the Hartmann’s Mountain Zebra, which has a thinner, fainter ‘scraper ring’ between its stripes.

And, that’s the end of our gallivant through the alphabet … twice! The first, if you remember, dealt with places, the second with things. There are 26 letters in the alphabet, and 52 weeks in the year. So that’s a year I’ve managed to keep my travel blog going, even though I haven’t really been travelling.

But, it’s ended rather neatly, for, in a couple of days, I’m off travelling again. Nothing really exotic; just baby steps at the moment. But, hopefully, I shall be able to range further afield ere long.


Responses

  1. Enjoy wherever you go. I’ve just made two bookings for April next and with any luck, I’ll manage to get to Europe again. First one is with Eurostar, second withTAP (so guess where that is taking me).


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