The tail-end part of my break in Cape Town was marred by erratic fronts, both weatherize and personally. At points, I had desperately wanted leave the grey cold and gusting winds that had rolled in, leaving me feeling lonely and melancholy in a city where I...Read More »
Something felt quite wrong about walking up the expansively wide brick path of The Company’s Garden from Wale Street to Annandale Street on my way to a luxuriously indulgent high tea at the Mount Nelson. Lingering on the regularly placed park benches and passed out...Read More »
I know what you might be thinking, ‘Not, another backpacker’s blog about getting pissed in a foreign city and waking up with all their money stollen and no clue where they are.’ Well, I’m not that kind of traveller, and this isn’t that kind of...Read More »
Do you want to travel the world – or even just go on holiday somewhere exotic, but think it is too expensive? Well here are my 5 top tips for reducing your costs whilst abroad.
#1 – Stay Somewhere for FREE
Near Fish River Canyon in Nambia – We crossed the border into Nambia yesterday. This is the Africa I’ve longed to see. Vast areas of sand and nothingness. No people. No trees. No mammals. No buildings. No telephone poles. Nothing but sand and the...Read More »
Cape Town, South Africa – A commonality among all the countries I’ve traveled to is the proliferation of street art. Ive found it hidden on a crumbling side street wall in a remote village on the small traditional island of Lombak. A sketch...Read More »