A Chinese Dad is apparently stranded in South Korea after his kid scribbled on his passport. Not so fast, Internet!
Blog posts: Travel Blog
After watching my year’s leave add up painfully slowly, I cashed in my annual two weeks for Thailand and returned with the taste of time well spent.
Africa is bold and it is beautiful. It’s also a schizophrenic puzzle of haves and have-nots, as you will discover if you visit Livingstone on the edge of the Victoria Falls in southern Zambia.
I travelled to Mauritius to check out a new boutique resort, Angsana Balaclava.
Round two (episode one) of your favourite animals like you’ve never heard them before!
Celebrating everything from the world’s worst baggage handlers and questionable tourist attractions to the craziest intersections and sketchiest plane landings, this video is the closest I could find to travel-orientated fail compilation.
The last six months have been an exhausting, exhilarating and hectic period of exploration. I’ve bedded down in some cockroach-infested hellholes and have bush-camped in Namibia’s -5 degree deserts. Here’s what I got up to on my road trip around Southern Africa.
I make lists about absolutely everything, and travel planning is no different. Leading up to my first weekend trip to Durban, I asked all the Durbanites I know what I should do on my visit to Durban. In the end I whittled it down to top three things to do.
We flew from Harare to Mana Pools National Park, with the sun starting to dip to the horizon. Dry riverbeds twisted in gnarled form below us, stretching across the landscape in shades of red, sandy beige and dusty green.
Thousands of malnourished and thirsty elephants are in deep trouble in Zimbabwe’s Hwange National Park. Prolonged periods of drought and a myriad of other factors have pushed the animals to crisis point.