Don’t commit this major sin in blogging

“Last summer my family and I went to our first trip to Africa. I was so exicited when I saw our itenary for a Safari to the Serengeti. We took many memorable pictures of the huge polar bears, mischievous penguins and beautiful


Blogging is a great way to share our experiences and with tools like wordpress almost anyone can start a blog. Clearly some blogs are better than others in terms of content, writing style and the qualifications of the story teller. Whatever type of blog, the major sin that a blogger must never commit is;

Getting your facts wrong!

At 5 O’clock this morning , I received a whatsapp message from my sister,

“Check your post.”
“It’s Mikuki not Ngorongoro!”

What a horror! I had just commited that major sin, blogging about a trip to Ngorongoro when it was actually Mikumi.  I had to edit my post and write this entry confessing and repenting my sin to the blogging community. Note to self…

Get your facts right before you click post!


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