Chris Stapsleton’s chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) has become a bit of a tourist attraction in the last few years, but it’s not the only thing to do in Africa.
The world’s first-ever solo African tour of the continent took place in 2019 and this year’s tour saw Stapslanen take in some of Africa’s most beautiful landscapes.
In 2018, Stapslaons brother, Simon, travelled to Uganda to visit the country and to be with his family.
This year’s Africa tour was one of the highlights of Simon’s trip to the continent.
The Stapsleys were joined by the family of Zimbabwean journalist David Kwanzi and their guide, Richard Waugh.
The trip was a wonderful experience for the family, who were treated to some amazing safari experiences.
It was a great experience for me to have my brother, sister and cousin with me, and to see how he manages his condition.
I know the family are happy and enjoying what they’re doing in Africa, and I’m looking forward to sharing it with them.
We have had a lot of wonderful things happen with our family, and this is the last of those, which is just wonderful to have.
It’s so amazing to have this family support and so many amazing people who have come and shared their experiences.
The family is very well supported by the African Union, and it’s a really great support system for them.
It is very difficult for them to cope with their own illness, so it’s important that they can have support from others.
In the last year, Simon has also had an operation to remove a tumour in his neck, but that’s not going to be a long-term solution.
He has been taking care of it for the last four months.
I think that’s the big thing with this family, that they are really supportive and supportive of the family.
I’m just glad they are able to enjoy this time in Africa and I know they’re enjoying it.
I just wish they were able to be part of this.
Simon’s family has been supporting him for the past four months, and he said he is going to keep on taking care.
The whole family is really supportive, and they are making sure that he has all the support he needs.
I feel very lucky to be here, and really privileged to be in the company of this family.
Simon has a long road ahead of him to recover from the operation.
I am really excited about his recovery, and hopefully he can come back and be fully healthy.
I have been on his side of things, because he has been a fantastic support system and I am so grateful to him for that.
It really makes me proud to be the father of a son who has so much potential.
It has been really hard for Simon, but he is a very strong person, and is doing really well, and that’s really encouraging.
It gives me hope that things will work out.
I do feel a bit nervous about going to Africa because I am nervous about everything, but the support is there, and the family is so supportive of me and that is the key to what we are doing.
Simon Stapsler is a bushwalker and author.
His books include, “The Journey: A Journey Across Africa”, “The Way Out: A Book of Survival Skills for the 21st Century”, “Living in Africa: Living in a Land of Wilderness”, and “The Wild Life of the Wild: A Guide for the Wilder People”.
Simon Stapler is the author of The Wild Life: A Primer on the Life of a Wild Life in the Wild and is the editor of “The Wilderness Journal”.