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The view from the overseer's house in Kolmanskop is as stark as ever...

Cape to Namibia… and beyond the border…

Near to where my parents stay there is a bridge across the N7 and on that bridge is a tourist sign that says in bold white letters: Cape to Namibia route (North)… For years I would drive past that sign dreaming of just turning off the road and heading all the way up to and […]

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Elephants are part and parcel of the tourist experience in Thailand but try to be mindful of the practices used in their training.

Trekking in Mae Taeng – A new year to remember

Trekking in Mae Taeng was one of those once-in-a-lifetime treats that will make the highlight reel years later when I have long-since forgotten many other things. Doing it over 3 days spanning new years celebrations just made it all the sweeter. Over the course of the past 7 months we have spent nearly 3 months […]

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Tam and I in a rare photo together in front of Angkor Wat ☺

Of death fields, temple ruins and all-nighters – Cambodia: the highlight reel

I can’t recall, in all my travels, having come across a country quite like Cambodia, that crept into my heart with biting agony and joyful euphoria all at once. It is an incredible country to visit and will leave you spellbound by its tragic past and vibrant present. Quite simply, though, Cambodia really has it […]

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Whether we are doing something simple like grabbing a quick coffee or heading into a jungle for a trek, the important thing was that we were tackling it together, even if that meant one of us was getting strangled by the other by the end of it all. Somewhere in all that is the meaning of love, then, isn't it?

Funemployment and the ride of your life

I’ve officially been on the road, so to speak, for a good 5 weeks now – strike that, a great 5 weeks now – so perhaps it’s time I knuckled down and delved into what it is I have done, not where I have travelled and all that (I have endeavoured to start getting those […]

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From the south of town you're afforded some great views just past the fish factory, head up there for some great pics :)

Eland’s Bay: Sand, surf, a stickified sign board and a window rock

Although I’ve visited Eland’s Bay before and stayed in the adjacent towns of Redelinghuys and Lambert’s Bay, I’ve never spent any significant amount of time in the small West Coast surfer town. For that reason, when I saw an online deal to stay at Vensterklip, about 4kms out of Eland’s Bay, I jumped at the […]

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Most Informative Travel Post Ever

I have about 5 too many SD cards and this might seem like a good idea but it’s not. It all started when I got a gopro a couple years ago. That gopro uses up so much space on my PC and ever since then I’ve been short of gigabyteage (yes that’s a word! but […]

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