I feel like I just scored the deal of the century. Its hard to get solid information from the internet on what a Bolivian Visa for South African Citizens should cost you, or what is involved in getting one. Mixed information from other travellers suggested a Visa (at the boarder would cost $55 (2015, seen […]
I can’t believe it’s nearly 2 weeks on the road already. I’ve quickly been swept back up into the travel adventure that comes with backpacking. Exploring Brazil certainly is not as easy as traveling around Asia, the Brazilians so far assume you know enough Portuguese, so boats & bus trips are all announced without any […]
The Realities Set In Wow! Its been 3 weeks already! So its been all about study, and discovery! Lets point out the pretty obvious, South America is YYUGE (huge). I was comparing my travels around Vietnam, Laos and Thailand on a map and that is roughly the total length from top to bottom of just […]
What? Travelling Again! I am recently back in South Africa from my year living & working in Indonesia. Its a short stop over, although having already found work I do not want to settle down. Settling involves signing rental leases and getting my fridge, bed and belongings out of storage. Its simply easier at this […]
The End Is the Beginning Is the End Tomorrow marks the last day of June, and with it I head into my last 3 months of employment at Triggerfish Animation. Dejavu Much? It also marks my reaching saving goals for my next great adventure… the only real question facing me now? Do I go East […]
The Road to Theewaterskloof Dam A few weeks ago I had stumbled upon a stunning photograph of the Theewaterskloof Dam on instagram. I never realised that the shores of the dam are spotted with the carcasses of so many dead trees. The quick history goes that when they flooded the valley in ’76 many of […]
The captain comes on over the intercom to announce that we have begun our decent towards Victoria Falls, he mentions that we will soon be making a right hand bank and will approach the runway from a westerly direction meaning that we should be able to see the ‘Smoke that Thunders’ from the left hand […]
Its done, and the first edition has been printed and delivered to Hostels & Restaurants in and around Muizies. I’m so excited and have been getting a really positive response from the first few people to have picked up a copy.