Catch up on our latest adventures here :

An Oasis of Calm in Eswatini

From the moment we crossed the border into Swaziland (renamed Eswatini by the King in 2018, apparently to the annoyance of the people!) everything was different. There was a sense of calm and peacefulness. Even…

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A Time for Reflection

We have spent 3 months in South Africa, the first part waiting for Henry, the second part exploring the Western Cape and the final part rushing around like mad things trying to do everything else!…

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Kruger!

We arrived at the iconic Kruger National Park with an hour and a half to go before the gates closed. Whilst we were much earlier than we had been for Addo, the closer we got,…

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Addo Elephant Park

After arriving late that evening, we decided to spend two nights at Addo Elephant Park, giving us a full day and a half to explore. We weren´t sure what to expect, some places we´ve visited…

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Angels and Demons

We left Addo early afternoon and headed for the Nananga Farm Stall recommended by an East London local I’d been chatting to at the waterhole. First thing we were greeted with was a sign saying…

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The Wild, Wild East!

We drove out of Knysna full of anticipation and excitement for the resuming of our journey east. We had spent our entire time in South Africa so far in the westernised, developed Western Cape –…

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Interlude – Cats!

I have to admit, my firmly held belief that ´there is no such thing as too much cheese´ has, very occasionally, been found to have its limits – the cheese farm you´ll read about in…

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The Call of the Open Road – Heading East

South Africa is officially cold! Beautiful, friendly, easy to travel around but cold! We are heading into winter and the temperatures morning and evening can be anywhere from 6 to 16 degrees and generally damp.…

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