Tag Archive: Travel

August 21, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , , , ,

Where To Find Canola Fields In Cape Town

Where To Find Canola Fields In Cape Town

It happens every year…the first signs of spring start showing up and I immediately run around celebrating the end of winter. Packing away my warm clothes, shaving my legs and digging out my swimsuits. But the reality is that Cape Town’s winter comes in waves, retreating and┬ácoming back a couple more times before summer officially […]

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August 14, 2017   /   by natalie   /   ,

Taking Your Photography to the Next Level: Lightroom Presets

Taking Your Photography to the Next Level: Lightroom Presets

I get loads of questions from┬áreaders every week about how to improve their photography. Because I’m not a “photographer”, I can’t give you too much advice around technical skill, but you can find lots of helpful tutorials online. I do have some tips though, that have helped me take my personal and blog photography to […]

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August 7, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Staying at Jock Safari Lodge in the Kruger

Staying at Jock Safari Lodge in the Kruger

If you're busy planning your first visit to the Kruger National Park, you probably have one request and that request is probably to see lots of animals. While the Kruger is not a zoo and seeing the Big 5 is never guaranteed, it's totally understandable that you'll want to fit as many sightings as possible […]

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August 7, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Staying at Pel’s Post at The Outpost in the Kruger

Staying at Pel’s Post at The Outpost in the Kruger

Way up in the north of South Africa, on the border between South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, you’ll find a luxurious eco-lodge called Pel’s Post. Situated within The Outpost Lodge’s 26 500 hectares of wild African bush, this Kruger Park property sleeps 8 people in an exclusive-use sanctuary. Overlooking the Levuvhu river, staying at Pel’s […]

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August 7, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Staying at The Outpost Lodge in The Kruger National Park

Staying at The Outpost Lodge in The Kruger National Park

If getting out of the city and into nature is your idea of a dream holiday, you will absolutely love the Kruger National Park. It’s one of the best places in the world to see wild animals in their natural habitat, unfenced and roaming free. The park is enormous – literally bigger than some European […]

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August 2, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

25 Must-Know Tips for Visiting The Kruger Park

25 Must-Know Tips for Visiting The Kruger Park

Visiting the Kruger National Park is a dream for most travellers. For the majority of people, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see Africa’s bush landscape and encounter the big five in their national habitat. If you’re imagining a zoo-like facility where you can see lions and cheetahs any time you like, you’re going to be […]

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August 2, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , , , ,

What To Pack For A Kruger Park Safari

What To Pack For A Kruger Park Safari

This post is dedicated to the many cute girls who have travelled to South Africa with no idea what to pack for a safari and found themselves in the middle of Cape Town dressed in utility wear, while their closet full of stylish clothes stayed home. I’ve met more than a few visitors who felt […]

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July 24, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Taking Your Cellphone Photography to the Next Level

Taking Your Cellphone Photography to the Next Level

Let's be honest, everyone wants to know how they can take the most beautiful photos possible for Instagram. How to take better photos is one of the questions I get asked most frequently, and although my answer is normally to invest in a proper camera, that's not really realistic for people who aren't interested in […]

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July 17, 2017   /   by natalie   /   ,

My Ultimate AfrikaBurn Survival Guide

My Ultimate AfrikaBurn Survival Guide

If you’ve heard about AfrikaBurn or seen images of people in the desert dressed up in post-apocalyptic getups pop up on your Facebook feed, but never actually been yourself, you might have some questions. Whether you love or hate the look of the event, you literally have no idea what it’s really like until you’ve […]

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June 21, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , ,

Winter at Tintswalo Atlantic

Winter at Tintswalo Atlantic

Moody skies, the wild gray Atlantic ocean crashing at my feet, the smell of salt heavy in the winter air, a cold wind whipping wet hair across my face, a fireplace crackling in the corner. This is what my winter dreams are made of. The only thing that could improve the scenario would be a […]

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