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Jason Whitehead
Works at BestBinocularsReviews.com
Attended Eaglesvale
Lives in France
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My Elite Level Bike Build on a Budget Pt2: choosing, buying & installing a headset + measuring & cutting the carbon steerer http://www.chirundu.com/cycling/equipment/elite-level-bike-build-on-a-budget-2/ #3TCycling +Full Speed Ahead #BikeBuild 
Part 2 of Bie Build: choosing, buying & installing the headset as well as measuring and cutting a carbon steerer on a budget with simple tools
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My Elite Level Bike Build on a Budget Pt2: choosing, buying & installing a headset + measuring & cutting the carbon steerer http://www.chirundu.com/cycling/equipment/elite-level-bike-build-on-a-budget-2/ #3TCycling +Full Speed Ahead #BikeBuild 
Part 2 of Bie Build: choosing, buying & installing the headset as well as measuring and cutting a carbon steerer on a budget with simple tools
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My Elite Level Bike Build on a Budget Pt2: choosing, buying & installing a headset + measuring & cutting the carbon steerer http://www.chirundu.com/cycling/equipment/elite-level-bike-build-on-a-budget-2/ #3TCycling +Full Speed Ahead #BikeBuild 
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The KCNC Ti Pro Lite Scandium Seatpost & Why I bought one instead of Carbon: http://www.chirundu.com/cycling/equipment/kcnc-ti-pro-lite-seatpost-why-i-bought-one/ #KCNC #SeatPost #Cycling #Scandium 
Seatposts: Carbon not always the Lightest Option As some regular readers may already know, I am in the process of building up my new lightweight Viner Maxima
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Online Publisher
Employment
  • BestBinocularsReviews.com
    Owner, present
  • BestSpottingScopeReviews.com
    Owner, 2008 - present
  • Safari-Guide.co.uk
    Owner, 2006 - present
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France
Previously
Zimbabwe - South Africa - The Netherlands - England
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Owner Best Binocular Reviews, Ex safari guide, team Cyclo 4 cyclist, 3T Cycling Ambassador now living in France/Zimbabwe
Introduction
I currently live in the South of France, but was born and grew up in Zimbabwe. I am passionate about wildlife, travel and am a keen bird and wildlife photographer. 

I am also  a qualified Field Guide (safari guide) and have worked on and managed safari lodges in South Africa. 

I own and run Best Binocular Reviews, Chirundu.comthe Safari Holiday Guide and a few others that do their best to keep me behind a desk, but am always looking for an excuse to get back into the bush.

Most importantly - I am the husband to my beautiful wife, Sharon and father to my fantastic daughter Kara.
Bragging rights
Was once a decent cyclist, road at the 1991 Junior World Road Cycling Championships (Colorado Springs, Colo.) in both the road race an team time trial.
Education
  • Eaglesvale
    1992
  • Bush Academy
    2005 - 2006
    Field Guide Training Course in the Limpopo Region of South Africa
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Big one with everything you would expect to find
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Excellent facility for small kids right up to experts
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Great little restaurant that we visit often, food is well priced and generally very good, as is the service from the friendly new owners.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Small "sandy" beach in a stunning location - just too busy in peak season
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
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Good food, good people and a nice location. The bar is worth a visit on it's own and in the summer they open an outdoor area that is excellent. Also includes entertainment (bouncy castles) and a safe place for kids to play.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Quiet park with good facilities for the kids. Carousel is pretty but expensive - good place to spend an hour or so, or just walk through
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Would reccomend as in my experience it is the Best BIG campsite I have visited. I say this mainly because: 1) Fantastic location with views of the sea and mountains 2) Even with many people, it was quiet at night 3) It was clean Clean - both the pitches and the shared places like toilets etc. 4) Good restaurant, and excellent when compared to most campsite restaurants 5) Friendly, helpful staff 6) Pools were fun for the kids, especially the water slide Downsides 1)Pools and pool area a bit small and crowded in peak times in July - but am sure at other times will be fine 2)Parking was sometimes a little difficult - but plenty of space just outside the property
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Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago