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Road Tripping the N2 – Impromptu Travel

Impromptu travel is the action of travelling without a plan. There is irony in this is because you almost need to have a general idea of what there is to do, otherwise you’ll be travelling blindly and will end up missing hidden gems that could be just around the corner. Let me tell you what […]

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Lifes Adventures – Gap Year

  A few years ago I though the idea of a gap year was cool but not really what I’d want to do. Fast forward a year, 3 continents, 5 countries and the best time of my life and you get to present day me.   Somehow I managed to save money, travel and learn […]

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Killarney Track Day: GM/Reeds, Take a Bow!

I thought, for some inexplicable reason, that I was over the giddy, childlike excitement that came with driving cars with a certain performance calibre. I don’t know what could possibly have brought this misconception about. Fortunately, an amazing bout at a Killarney Track Day with the guys from GM and Reeds reignited that goose-bumpy passion I thought […]

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New Isuzu KB Handles on the Track

Following the write-up we did early last month covering the launch of the 2013 Isuzu KB range I received an invite from the guys at Reeds directly to my inbox to come and try out the KB at the Isuzu Open Day held on the 10th of May. The invite dared me to “…come and […]

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The North Korean Threat: A Little Light Humour

The media (in their sweeping, plural form) like to kick up a fret about the dangers of North Korean temperament, and perhaps they’re not wrong. We may be very close to the outbreak of war, then again, we may just be in the throngs of hysteria that has been cultivated over a number of years […]

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5 Minute Brekkie: Egg in a Pepper

Ok, this is an adventure site, not a cooking blog, however, sometimes the adventure is in your kitchen! (I couldn’t resist)… That being said, I present to you this very short, yet hopefully informative post about a quick brekkie I made this past week, an Egg in a Pepper! I got the idea from a […]

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Paternoster and the wedding weekend that was!

If you’ve ever meandered up South Africa’s West Coast in your travels then you may very well have landed up in what is arguably one of our country’s most quaint, picturesque and eye-catching rustic fishing villages. With its white-washed buildings, clean sprawling beaches, friendly locals, bustling curio and art shops and of course a host […]

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& So It Begins

After the hustle & bustle of packing and making last minute arrangements I’ve finally had a chance to relax for a few hours. Right now I’m sitting in the Oryx Lounge in Doha airport, Qatar, enjoying the wifi & food and reflecting on what’s ahead. There’s no way when I completed my final exams in […]

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All-new Isuzu KB hits SA shores

As a child I was always fascinated when I came across a bakkie (a ‘pick-up’ for our non-South African friends) with my initials, KB, on the side or back panels. I would beam proudly as I pointed it out to the nearest cousin or whomever was within arm’s reach. I didn’t know that it was […]

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Russians Illegaly Climb Pyramids & Take Amazing Photos

The Russians are never too far from the action, whether it be meteor showers or crazy dashboard cam footage. This time a group of photographers waited till the pyramids were closed for the day and scaled the huge monuments, before taking some of the most unique pyramid pictures you’ll ever see.

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