We can all agree that 2020 has been filled with change and adaptability. Not only have we been forced to keep our distance and be confined to the walls of our homes but we have also had to deal with travel bans internationally. We had to sit back and watch our travelling plans go up […]
With the world slowly opening up to travel again, more and more people are hoping to grab their passports and hop on a plane to discover the unknown. It is no secret, that the Covid-19 pandemic has caused a great deal of damage to the tourism industry and I am certain that all travellers alike will have a renewed appreciation for travel as the world starts opening up again.
Why visit Atlanta Botanical Gardens? Or would you like to miss the spectacular urban oasis in Atlanta? No, right! Atlanta Botanical gardens are 30 acres of breathtaking botanical bliss bedside Piedmont Park.
I always imagined this experience to be one where I submerge into clear blue waters, felt the calmness of the ocean, overwhelmed with emotion while swimming next to one of these magnificent animals. I imagined taking in the moment as I floated next to one of the biggest creatures in the world. Unfortunately, this was not the case at all.
They say the older you get, the faster time goes and as the years pass me by, I can relate to this more and more. This year started with a bang and looking back over the past three months, I cannot believe how much has already happened. I started this year with many goals and I can honestly say that I am happy with what I have achieved so far.
The Camino de Santiago, probably the most famous pilgrimage in the world, runs through Northern Spain with thousands of pilgrims taking on the journey every year. After completing the 800-kilometer trek on the Camino Frances, here are my tips and recommendations:
Sometimes the best experiences are right at your doorstep. I’ve been meaning to visit Lake Oanob for some time now and finally got an opportunity this last month. Described as a place where body and soul is in harmony with nature, this is one of the very few places in Namibia with an abundance of water.
One of the oldest fishing villages on the West Coast of South Africa, is Paternoster. It is about 145km North of Cape Town and a must visit for any traveler. A few weeks ago I hopped onto a plane one Friday morning for a surprise visit to Cape Town as it was a good friend’s birthday. He had no idea that his brother and I would be coming down and he had no idea that his wife hijacked his birthday weekend plans with friends by organising a massive get together in Paternoster.