Mr & Mrs. “Two souls but a single thought. Two hearts that beat as one” John Keats.

"Marriage means the union of 2 people to the exclusion of all others, voluntarily entered into for life. " Rhys and Peta planned this day for 2.5 years. They first met in 2009 and ever since there have been sparks. Like all couples, they have had ups and downs, but ultimately, this led to a… Continue reading Mr & Mrs. “Two souls but a single thought. Two hearts that beat as one” John Keats.

Lifestyle, Travel

What to do in South Beach, Durban

I am a little biased. I spent a lot of my school holidays here; a grandma in Umtentweeni and an aunt and uncle in Port Shepston. It was fantastic. No matter how many times I go, I will always want to do the same list of things. So. Here is my recommendation to you to… Continue reading What to do in South Beach, Durban

Lifestyle, Travel

Ocean Gaze B&B

Leaving the Drakensburg, I looked forward to getting to the warm, sea air of Durban. Seeing the sea (though definitely not swimming in it), I was excited to give my cold a chance to bid me farewell. We were spending the first night with my aunt and uncle in Hillcrest, and then were going down… Continue reading Ocean Gaze B&B


Lesotho and the Sani Pass

I was hoping for snow. There was none. Zilch. Zero. Nada. There was a frozen waterfall, however. I'll get to that. That was pretty epic. Getting to the meeting spot was a close call. I had underestimated how long breakfast and packing up in the morning would take, so we just made it; although, to… Continue reading Lesotho and the Sani Pass


Lake Naverone: Southern Drakensburg

Being a teenager in Shelly Beach years ago, I saw a postcard, or a postcard flyer for Lake Naverone, in the Drakensburg. The image had imprinted itself on my mind, and for years it's never left me. One day- I said- I would go there. And so the next part of our travels began. The… Continue reading Lake Naverone: Southern Drakensburg


A trip through South Africa

South Africa. Home of the Springboks.  Commonly known as the 'Rainbow Nation'.  11 official languages. Nelson Mandela. Wine. The Garden Route. Gold. Kruger National Park. To name a few. I have explored parts of the Western Cape (and was lucky enough to live in Stellenbosch for three years), and I spent many a family holiday… Continue reading A trip through South Africa