After weeks of talking about it, we finally set out on our road trip. With bacon butties packed and ready, coffee made and sunrise slowly showing itself on the Nairobi-Mombasa highway, there were two very excited people sitting next to each other. Our first trip away together. Both of our firsts to Amboseli. The drive… Continue reading Amboseli Getaway: Tortilis Camp
When my bestie moved 'next door', I no longer had an excuse not to visit Zanzibar. Why was there an excuse before? Cost of the flight Cost of accommodation I didn't really know what to do in Zanzibar The Kenyan coast is beautiful so was there a need....? I have always had in my mind… Continue reading Zanzibar
This was not the plan. The plan was a picnic. The idea was to drive around, spot some animals, have a drink and a bite to eat and go home at sunset. Kyle wanted an adventure. I think he got more than what he bargained for. Adventure number 1: The roads were dry and we… Continue reading A bit of 4×4 time
Walk along South Bank - You can walk along the stunning board walk, past the wheel of Brisbane, through a tropical walk way and end up at a man-made beach and two swimming pools. There are toilets and locker rooms, sun beds to relax on, a life guard on duty and a restaurant and coffee… Continue reading What to do if you have a day in Brisbane
26.01.2018 What is Australia Day? The marking of 26 January is an important date in Australia’s history and has changed over time: starting as a celebration for emancipated convicts and evolving into what is now a celebration of Australia that reflects the nation’s diverse people. Australian's celebrate Australia. They celebrate the land, the freedom, the… Continue reading Australia Day 26.01.18
The check in process at Perth airport was very first world for me. Too first world. There were no tellers. No people checking you in. You had to print your own boarding pass and luggage tag, and weigh your own bags. I hadn’t got a clue what to do and I had to find someone… Continue reading Perth- Brisbane
"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.
The Sands at Chale Island is the sister hotel to Nomads in Diani, Kenya. It's located 600 meters off the mainland. 10 km south of Diani and is the only hotel on the island. Transport to the island depends on the tide; low tide one takes a tractor, high tide it's a boat. Booking I… Continue reading Review: The Sands at Chale Island