Moist Banana Loaf

Hi Folks

As promised, we are back again today with another recipe.Today we have a recipe consisting of a fruit ingredient that is popular across the world and gives lot’s of energy as well.I am talking about the banana.So we hope you enjoy this recipe and please don’t hesitate to comment.

The recipe:

Moist Banana Loaf

Ingredients:

125g Butter
1tsp Vanilla essence
1/2 cup Castor sugar
2 Eggs
1 1/2cup Banana, mashed
1 1/2cup Self-raising flour
1tsp Bicarbonate of soda
1tbs Milk

Instructions:

Grease 14cmx21cm loaf pan, cover base with baking paper.

Combine all ingredients in a medium bowl of an electric mixer, beat on low until Ingredients are combined.

Then beat on medium until mixture changes colours.

Spread mixture into prepared pan.

Bake in moderate oven for about 1 hour.

Cool on a wire rack.

The Result:

Moist Banana Loaf

Have a nice day.

The Island Safari Team

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Published in: on March 31, 2009 at 9:33 am  Comments (2)  
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Mango Airlines Security Checks And Or Tambo Airport Multi-Use Terminals

Hi Folks

We are back again for another post.This post addresses, the new extended security checks at South African airline Mango and also the terminals at OR Tambo International Airport, Johannesburg, that will now be multi-use for both international and domestic flights.

I hope this post will assist you in your future travels.

Mango Airlines Security Checks

From April 1, South African Airline, Mango, will introduce further security checks in an attempt to combat credit card and sales fraud. Passengers travelling on Mango who have paid by credit card must present the transactional card on request. Therefore, if you are paying for a ticket on behalf of someone else, you will have to pay directly into the airlines account, or pay cash at an Airport.

OR Tambo International Airtport Multi-use Terminals

From April 1, terminals at OR Tambo International Airport will be multi-use and will process both international and domestic flights.

The two terminals will in future be known as Terminal A and B. Terminal A will extend from the Central Terminal Building (CTB) atrium to the north (previously the international terminal) and Terminal B will extend south (previously the domestic terminal).

The existing international departures hall will continue to be used for international flights only, while the CTB departures facility will be used by both international and domestic airlines.

Counters will have a three-digit number prefaced by A or B. The existing counters in Terminal B will be renumbered in preparation for the opening of the new facility.

Just a quick reminder, please check back tomorrow to this blog, for another one of our recipe posts.

Thank You

The Island Safari Team

Kruger National Park – View experiences before experiencing it yourself.

Hi Folks

We recently added “KNP TV” to our Kruger National Park website. We wanted to let people view selected videos of Kruger National Park in one place. Some footage is also available in HD.

NB. If interested in Accommodation in the Kruger Park or experience an African Safari Tours. Visit our Kruger National Park website.

Click on the below link:

Kruger National Park Videos

I hope you all can benefit from this.

Comments are most welcome.

Thanks

The Island Safari Team.

Fresh Coconut Milk Pana Cotta with a Strawberry Sorbet Cone

Hi Folks,

As promised I am back again today, to post another one of our classic recipes for you to try and enjoy.Please give us some feedback, by leaving a comment, thanks.

The Recipe:

Fresh Coconut Milk Pana Cotta with a Strawberry Sorbet Cone

1.)Making the Coconut Milk Pana Cotta

Ingredients Needed:

Pana Cotta
2 leaves gelatine
600ml fresh coconut milk
100g sugar

Instructions:

Bring coconut milk and sugar to simmering
point.

Melt gelatine over low heat and add to mixture.

Fill large moulds with the mixture 5mm from the top. Let set in fridge.

Makes 4.

The Result:

coconut-pinnacota

2.)Making the Strawberry Sorbet

Ingredients Needed:

Strawberry Sorbet
250ml strawberry juice
250g fresh strawberries
150g sugar
zest and juice of 1 lime

Instructions:

Let strawberries and sugar stand in fridge overnight.

Blend in food processor.

Heat the strawberry juice, lemon juice and zest.

Mix the warm juice and pureed strawberries and chill.

Churn in an ice cream maker till frozen and place in a container in the freezer.

The Result:

strawberry-sorbet

And Scoop into a cone like this one:

sugar_cone

So guys, I hope you enjoy this recipe and check back soon for another recipe.

Have a nice day.

The Island Safari Team.

The Zambezi, Hippos and British Airways

Hi Guys

Welcome to another Island Safari blog update.

Just a reminder, check back to this blog  on Monday, when we will post our next recipe.It will be worth it, as always.

Read and be informed.

The Zambezi River

The Zambezi River is reaching its annual high levels, which means that the White Water Rafting season is at and for the next few months. The Zambezi is known to have the best 1 day White Water Rafting in the world, but the seasonal high water levels make even this River too much to handle.

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Gorongosa National Park

Following the relocation of six elephants in September 2008, Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique has received five hippos from iSimangaliso Wetland Park in South Africa. The five hippos represent the first shipment of 30 hippos that iSimangaliso Wetland Park offered to Gorongosa National Park. Hippo relocation is part of the Gorongosa National Park project’s goal to restore the Gorongosa ecosystem. They keep grasses short and palatable for other herbivores that cannot feed on long grass. Additionally, introducing more hippos with different characters will improve the genetic pool of future generations.

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Bristis Airways – Special Bag Charge

Effective April 1, British Airways will introduce a Special Bag Charge (SBC) for certain items of checked baggage, which, according to the carrier, will help to cover the additional cost of handling these items. In addition, BA will introduce consistent maximum dimensions for a standard checked bag of 90cm X 75cm X 43cm. Other key changes will include the introduction of a 25 handling fee for oversized bags between 90cm X 75cm X 43cm and 240cm X 65cm X 75cm and a 25 handling fee for all firearms.

Have a nice day.

The Island Safari Team

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