First time I went to SA 2006 I spent an awful lot of time at back of a Landrover. Hour after hour we were driving around looking for animals. I stayed 10 days and of that time I think I spent no more than four to five hours walking in the bush. Since it was the first time in Africa I didn´t say much about it. I just sat on my back and rode along. The PH never let me shoot from the car but the difference is minimal if you shoot at an animal with the car ten meters behind you. I cant say I look at some of my trophies with pride. It wasn´t much hunting, just shooting. Next time (2010) I went to Namibia and thought it might be better. It was. We didn´t spend that much time on top of a bakkie. We were aloud to walk and stalk a bit moore and the fences weren´t as high as in SA. I remeber one night in SA after dinner. I asked the PH about hunting on horseback and he just laughed at me and said that was "for cowboys and not the way we do it here". I have read about Frederic C Selous and he spent a lot of time on horseback. On the other hand he might have done the same thing in a car if he had a bakkie available. Next time I won´t spend one hour in a car. If I cant find a horse I use my legs. Then I can look at my trophie with some pride and think about all the effort I had to put in to get it.