Category Archive: Travel

November 10, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

What to Pack for A Boating Holiday in France

What to Pack for A Boating Holiday in France

I don’t know about you, but I love packing to theme when I’m travelling. It really gets me excited about the destination and makes for some great memories and pictures. When it comes to packing for a boating holiday in France, you’ll need to think small. You’ll want to pack light, since space is pretty […]

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November 9, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , , ,

Staying at The Manor House at Fancourt

Staying at The Manor House at Fancourt

The Garden Route is famous for beautiful lush forests, turquoise blue lagoons and of course, golf. It’s a 300km stretch between Mossel Bay and Storms River and it’s one of South Africa’s most spectacular road trip routes. Whenever I think of Fancourt, all I think is golf golf golf. So when I was invited recently to […]

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November 9, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , ,

My Guide to A Self-Driving Barging Holiday in France

My Guide to A Self-Driving Barging Holiday in France

4 women. 1 luxury Le Boat houseboat. 7 days. 133km. 26 locks. 27 hours of cruising. Imagine cruising the French countryside, autumn leaves blowing in the warm breeze, landing just in front of your luxurious houseboat as you slowly wind your way along a canal in the Loire Valley. At lunchtime, you moor the boat […]

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November 8, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Reunion Island From The Sky (Shot On The DJI Spark)

Reunion Island From The Sky (Shot On The DJI Spark)

I’ve wanted a drone since DJI first changed the world of aerial photography with their Phantom. But I just couldn’t justify the price of a big drone when I knew that I was most likely not going to lug it around in its own special backpack – especially when I’m already lugging around a DSLR and […]

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November 6, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

20 Pictures of Paris Through My Eyes (PLUS 30% Off Designer Sunglasses from Soda & Sand)

20 Pictures of Paris Through My Eyes (PLUS 30% Off Designer Sunglasses from Soda & Sand)

As part of my trip to Paris, I paired up with Soda & Sand Eyewear to bring you a glimpse of Paris through my eyes. Soda & Sand is locally-based online luxury eyewear store with a huge variety of beautiful shades from brands like Jimmy Choo, Hugo Boss, Max Mara and more. They’re kindly giving […]

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November 3, 2017   /   by natalie   /   ,

My Guide To Paris For First Time Visitors

My Guide To Paris For First Time Visitors

I’m a planner – especially when it comes to travelling to new destinations. I love researching the best restaurants, neighbourhoods and things to do before I visit as much as I love discovering hidden alleyways and local favourites once I’ve arrived. For my first visit to Paris, I wanted a good balance between well-known hotspots […]

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October 24, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , , ,

What to Pack for Paris

What to Pack for Paris

The city of love. The city of light. The city of impossibly fashionable women. Packing for Paris can be intimidating, especially when you have limited space for all your favourite clothes and especially if you have more destinations than Paris planned for your trip. With my packing list, which mixes up a capsule wardrobe of […]

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September 19, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , ,

How To Survive A Long Layover

How To Survive A Long Layover

As South Africans, we’ve probably all experienced that torture of a looong layover at least once. Flying through Dubai, Abu Dabi or Doha (our gateways to the world) means that more often than not, you’re likely to spend a couple of hours wandering around like a zombie, spraying perfume all over yourself, spending a couple […]

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September 18, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , ,

The Ultimate Guide to Reunion Island

The Ultimate Guide to Reunion Island

Reunion Island is a French department in the Indian Ocean. It’s located just off the east coast of Africa, about 175km from Mauritius. What makes it different from a French settlement or colony, is that it’s currently run by the French government as a part of France. Everything from the zip code to the infrastructure […]

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September 14, 2017   /   by natalie   /   ,

The Ultimate Girl’s Guide to 10 Days in Iceland

The Ultimate Girl’s Guide to 10 Days in Iceland

Three girls, one car and over 3000 kilometers of open road. In March of 2017, I hit the Iceland Ring Road with two of my best girl friends for the road trip of a lifetime. Along the way, Camilla, Misha and I went inside one of Europe’s oldest glaciers, got misty-eyed at some of Iceland’s most […]

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