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Trails

“The Pandemic” has forced us to rethink how we do things. Before the pandemic, we were generally drawn to the outdoors, but we’ve become more and more secluded as the pandemic draws …

San Parks

South Africa’s 19 national parks are in the most enchanting areas and conserve different and important aspects of our natural heritage. North, south, east or west, there are magnificent parks to see …

Limpopo

The hour is early, the morning already warm and beautiful, despite the rain that the area has experienced over the past few days. The dazzling forest reflects the sun from a cloudless, …

Disaster Travel

I have a theory about the future of travel – set off now before we’re cursed with another stroke of ill-luck!!  The global Covid lockdown was unprecedented, but that doesn’t mean unrepeatable. …

The Art of Nature

Lockdown – and the various levels of “freedoms” meted out to us this year – has taken its toll on my sanity.  But like hearing a bird singing after the rain, it’s …

STORIES AND BLOG

Running out of wishes in Malawi

I forgive her lack of fetish for geography (despite being educated in Kenya) because her description is so apt. And here I am again, my powdered heart and I – this time …

Mauritius – Beyond the beach

About an hour’s drive from Long Beach Gold and Spa Resort on the Mauritian east coast, lies La Vallée de Ferney (Ferney Valley) – a beautiful 200ha sanctuary for a variety of …

LOCAL EVENTS AND STORIES

The Glass Sipper

The crystal clear gift choice this festive season A new generation of eco-conscious iced coffee and cocktail-lovers is shunning single-use plastic straws in favour of the Glass Sipper range of re-usable straws. Handcrafted locally, …

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