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Tweet GoNomad published my article: “Scaling Sand Dunes in Magnificent Mozambique”. Check it out here!
Tweet Here are my top 4 options for your fabulous month long honeymoon trip of a lifetime (see Ask Jennifer for the full details). Only you can decide. As seen as climate was such a top priority I think the … Continue reading
Tweet Our story made the Press… check it out! Thanks again to everyone who donated goodies, an incredible contribution to a great cause. Spread the word about Wanderlust and Stuff Your Rucksack too!
Tweet First we have the baby elephant learning how to use its trunk under the watchful eye of mum… Next up the whole herd taking a morning drink… We got to see warthogs having a scratch – this was hilarious … Continue reading
Tweet After an afternoon in Maputo – itineraries should include the train station, lunch at the fish market and a sundown G&T at the Hotel Polana (one of those timeless classics) – it was time to return to South Africa. … Continue reading
Tweet We went diving with manta rays. 6 or 7 of them in total including one 5+ metres across. We were starring in our own episode of Oceans, a true Galapagos moment. At one point I was crunched down behind … Continue reading
Tweet Now for Mozambique. Our first stop would be Vilankulos on the coast – famous for the Bazaruto Archipelago. Miles of low lying sand banks which are exposed when the tide goes out creating a majestic backdrop. Scaling sand dunes … Continue reading
Tweet Touching down in Johannesburg I was not sure I had reached Africa at all. Shiny airport, smooth immigration process – no forms, no taxes, no visa and the luggage came, on time. Maybe I had been away far too … Continue reading
Tweet The last trip I took to Africa was in 1993. My parents took me to Zimbabwe to see elephants in the wild. That trip changed me, giving me a yearning to see the world which has never dimmed. I … Continue reading