#TravelTuesday Guest Blog I am often on the scout for new blogs to read on different topics. I find most bloggers refreshing in that they are not scared to share an opinion and this often brings a whole range of different ideas and impressions to their writing. I also get asked where to find bloggers […]Continue Reading
Taking a trip to Mexico requires some thoughtful planning and smart packing to help make your trip as enjoyable as possible. Before you begin thinking of the wonderful houses for rent in Mexico that you are staying in, you need to think of packing and getting it right. I am a big fan of packing light […]Continue Reading
Steampunk Coffee Cafe “I have to tell you about this amazing place that I have found!” Yes, that is usually how it starts. One of the things I have found true in my years (short though they may be) is if someone displays genuine enthusiasm about telling you something, it is worth […]Continue Reading
The Midlands Meander is inspiring! Driving along the patchwork pastures and through tree lined avenues seemingly takes the carbon dioxide out of your stressful life and fills it with fresh, pure oxygen to revitalise your soul. The Start of a Midlands Day Taking an early morning drive is a […]Continue Reading
Truth be told ….my parents are the ones that started this. In the Beginning Yup, you heard me right. I grew up on a farm with three brothers and plenty of space to explore and adventure. In addition to this, the family would regularly take weekend trips out to visit the […]Continue Reading
The word Shayamanzi is Zulu and means to ‘hit the water’. And what a beautiful way to do it. Reclining on a deck chair with the breeze tickling through my hair as I sip champagne from a flute and reflect on the azure skies. This is what you can experience on Shayamanzi 1, the […]Continue Reading
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