Explain what was a bad experience, what went wrong or something you just did not like. Let's keep it to African hunting. My first safari to East Cape in 2002, of the 10 animals I shot, I lost a Black Springbuck. It was later found (after i returned home) but not much was left, even the horns were eaten up. I was told to shoot the Nyala, but it should not of been shot for it only had 17" horns. Nine years later i find out, PH was threaten with his job if he did not have me shoot this Nyala. Totally wrong. I have a Spiral Horn Slam but this Nyala is not worthy of mounting. This August i am returning to SA, Kwa Zulu Natal for a replacment Nyala. My third safari in Limpopo Province 2010, i had a black PH, very good at what he did and we got along just fine. Prolem, he was not allowed to sit at the supper table, camp fire, bar etc. with me. I felt like a third wheel around all the other hunters and PH's. I really missed out on the full true hunting experience. One joy for me was I was able to fix my PH's freezer he had at camp for his family's personal food items. Being in the boonies as you are, there is no calling the Maytag repair man. This freezer was old for it had a heating element to heat the amonia for cooling, like your camper fridge/freezer. Lets hear what your experiences are. "A Dream can be relived, again and again in Africa".