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Exploring Joburg with new lenses
February 20, 2018
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The voyage of discovery is not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes – Marcel Proust Johannesburg, my heart, I love this city so much! Its energy, youthfulness and creative spirit speak to my soul. It’s a city of contrasts and colour, a city of heritage, art and a little chaos.  #SeeSA through […]
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Kenyan travel tips from a serial African traveller
December 28, 2017
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I chatted to my friend, Mahlatsi Maredi (aka Mel), one of the biggest African travellers I know, about his travels in Kenya. Mel has travelled to 19 African countries and has visited Kenya at least 15 times. Mel and I met on Twitter a few years back, and met in real life in Zanzibar at […]
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#MangoSurprise – Celebrating 11 years with Mango!
December 19, 2017
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When the folks at  Mango Airlines  asked me if I’d like to celebrate their 11th birthday by inviting a first-time flyer on a surprise trip, I couldn’t say no! The first time I flew I was as a toddler, and I’ve taken so many flights that it’s lost its novelty. What a cool idea, to […]
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#WalkMycity with Mzansigirl & 2summers
November 9, 2017
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Hey there Joburg readers, keen to explore Joburg with me?  Thanks to Hi-tec, I’ll be offering an exclusive cultural instawalk of inner city Joburg, called #WalkMyCity. I will be co-hosting co-host the walk with my friend Heather  (aka  2summers) – who also happens to me my favourite Joburg blogger).  The walk is on Saturday 14 October from 10:00 […]
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World Rhino Day: MyPlanet Rhino fund gives Kruger’s anti-poaching efforts new wings
September 21, 2017
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22 September is World Rhino Day, while September is also Heritage Month. Rhinos are part of our natural heritage and it’s imperative that we conserve them for future generations.  The statistics are scary. Rhino poaching in South Africa increased by 9000% between 2007 and 2014. While rhino killings in the Kruger National Park – South […]
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My top things to do in Kenya besides a safari
September 14, 2017
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Kenya is perhaps most famously known as a safari destination.  I’ve watched too many National Geographic with David Attenborough narrating the tales of the Great Migration through the Masai Mara. The images of the massive herds moving through the plains are etched in my mind. That being said, Kenya offers so much more than safaris. The […]
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I’d rather be in Mauritius
July 13, 2017
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I love  the cultural cosmopolitan hub that is Joburg, but sjoe, it’s cold this time of year. Winter is so over-rated.  So fireplaces are the only consolation, but I don’t have one at my place, so honestly I could just skip winter and head straight to beach weather. Really, I’d much rather be in Mauritius, […]
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My Top 6 road trip stops on the KZN Midlands Meander
March 9, 2017
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It’s no secret that I love road trips! The Midlands Meander is one of my favourite road trips in SA. The lush green forests and farmlands, meadows of dairy cows, crafty small villages with interesting characters, historic landmarks and country cuisine make it an ideal road trip destination, whether you’re heading north from Durban or south from […]
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Top things to do in Durban this summer!
December 5, 2016
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My post on Top Things to do in Joburg this summer was so well-received, that I thought I’d follow it up with a post on my home city Durban. I’ve written about My Top 12 Things to do in Durban, but it’s been a while since I’ve updated you on what’s new and happening in […]
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Yay summer! WIN a R4000 voucher with AccomoDirect.com
November 14, 2016
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COMPETITION CLOSED.  Thank you to everyone for their participation and congrats to Quinton Dos Santos, I hope he enjoys his travels with AccommoDirect. ___________________________________________________________________________________ Holiday season is almost here, and it seems like everyone I know is looking for holiday accommodation over the summer. Why do so many people leave their December holiday bookings until the […]