Last year I had the great pleasure of time at the beautiful Samara Private Game Reserve near Graaff-Reinet, and the big open skies and pristine land soothed my heart. Now adding to the magic, Samara will
Kenya. – Me chilling at the Mombasa bus stop before taking the ten hour bus ride through Tsavo National Park and endless remote settlements, passing traders with everything from watermelon to freshly roasted cashew nuts for
I was asked by Round the World Experts about my incredible hot air balloon flight over the Magaliesberg area: ‘We gather before dawn, hot coffee in hand huddled around an open fire to ward off
Uganda. – Almost exactly a year ago, I enjoyed an experience of a lifetime. Gorilla Trekking in Uganda. Interestingly, I never posted much on my blog back then, but would now like to share a
Grootbos. – On my recent visit to Grootbos I explored by foot, high into the hills of the reserve I’ve come to love so much, to that place where only the sound of nature is your
Switzerland – I can’t get enough of these caramel coloured fluffy cows and the song of their cowbells on the cool wind. They remain one of my favourite things from my #SwitzerlandwithSWISS.
Johannesburg. – As unlikely as it seems, on Soweto’s famous Vilankazi Street, best know to have housed two Noble Peace Prize winners, Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu, there is a new attraction. A snake show.
Imagine taking a trip on the most luxurious train in the world. From Cape Town to Pretoria through the great Karoo, where landscapes surpass infinity. This is the thing of dreams, one I am lucky
Always. Walk a city. Yours, another, a village, a beach, a field. Walk. Breath in. Feel. It’s the best way to experience a place.