Tag Archives: Travel

Suikerbossie Guest Farm Review – Best Vibe Ever!

Suikerbossie Guest Farm River

We went away for the weekend in the October school holidays to Suikerbossie Guest Farm to celebrate my mom’s 70th birthday, and I have only found the time to write my Suikerbossie Guest Farm review now. If you are looking for a family orientated venue that offers a number of …

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How To Travel On A Safari With Children In Uganda

Family Safari

From authentic old villages, spacious national parks, and opportunities to go gorilla trekking, it’s no wonder why Uganda is one of the most picturesque and beautiful countries in Africa. However, what really makes it special is its wildlife, which can be appreciated by going on a safari! Besides the famous …

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The Ultimate Travel Checklist for 2022

Travel Checklist

We have all had to miss out on our annual holidays for the past few years and now we have all been vaccinated against covid-19, it looks very much like the world will open up again in 2022. If you are planning an overseas holiday this year, here is our …

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Your Buying Guide To Select The Right Travel Stroller

Dad pushing stroller

I have seen a lot of parents struggle while taking their kids out, especially when travelling. They fail to realize that the daily, bulky, traditional umbrella strollers are so inconvenient to move around compared to today’s sleek umbrella strollers. The same ignorance made me suffer initially when we had our …

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How COVID Has Changed How We Go On Holiday Now

Covid has changed how we go on holiday

Holidays used to have their own kind of stress and anticipation as we planned to travel, gather, feast, exchange gifts, and even fight about the same-old-same-old… But then the pandemic happened and for 2 years, we’ve had to stay home more, be more careful with how we spend our money, …

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Escape The Winter Blues In Simon’s Town With 30% Secret Season Specials

Simon's Town Statue Waterfront

Hug the coastal road from Muizenberg for 15 kilometres and you’ll reach the quaintest historical naval town of Simon’s Town, recently made famous by SA’s Oscar-winning Octopus Teacher, where this incredible doccie was filmed in the pristine African Kelp Forest in False Bay. Following the trend of city-dwellers visiting outlying areas to …

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8 Things to Do in Winter in Cape Town

Airplane at terminal sunset

Imagine sitting there in the urban jungle that is Johannesburg or the humid hills of Durban with that wanderlust feeling. Sure, you could go on a drive down to your favourite spot an hour away but that just can’t quite scratch that itch for adventure. You need to go somewhere …

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Tips on How to Travel With a Breastfeeding Baby

Travel Breastfeed

If you’re a breastfeeding mom, you know the benefits. Breast milk is nature’s perfect food nutritionally, and nursing is more convenient, cheaper, and has health benefits for you as well such as a lower risk of breast and ovarian cancer. But if you’re planning your first trip away from home, …

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Embrace Nature And Explore The Winelands At Lanzerac

Lanzerac Wine Estate

Fresh air, sun, trees; being outdoors in nature can be healing and beneficial to the body and mind. According to a new study published in the Journal of Happiness Studies, spending time outdoors and switching off devices are associated with higher levels of happiness in the midst of experiencing COVID-19 …

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