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There's more to being a travel blogger/writer than travelling to tourist attraction spots... like acquiring postgraduate qualifications and attending press conferences. Read more...

 

As a South African travel blogger for a multi-cultural nation with 11 official languages, 9 provinces and [blog] readers from a couple of continents; I am often asked weird and wonderful questions on all things travel. One reoccuring question is "how does your hair work"? Read more...

 

In order to reach your destination in the remote parts of the North West - such as when going to Borakalalo National Park - you sometimes have to drive through "advanced potholes". Read more...

 

The name for this double-decker party boat that floats at Hartbeespoort Dam translates to "my dream". Read more...

 

I have visited the National Zoological Gardens of South Africa in Pretoria ever since I was a little girl; and I don't get tired of it. The Zoo, Aquarium and Reptile Park never stop to amaze me. Read more...

 

I took a bush walk, led by lions and cradled a lion cub as I held it close to my heart. Read more...

 

The Wonderboom Nature Reserve in Pretoria offers exceptional mountain views, braai facilities at the foot of the mountain and hiking trails that reward you with a secret fort and artificial waterfall at the top. Read more...

 

Here's my first ever Greek inspired dish, cooked in my very own kitchen in Pretoria. Read more...

 

A family visit to the Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site with family and a family friend involved fine dining, hiking, touring and controversial information. Read more...

 

If you have a slot for one more addition to your bucket list, then the Lowveld National Botanical Garden in Nelspruit is just what you were looking for. Read more...