Travel

Waterfront Beach House: Criccieth

Victorian charm comes to the seaside, with a medieval castle thrown in for good measure – welcome to Criccieth, ‘the pearl of Wales on the shores of Snowdonia’. This small seaside town in Northern Wales boasts two beaches which are separated by a headland fortress with a fascinating and forceful...
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Trekking in Munduk

I never thought I’d say this, but you can have your fill of beaches! I’m sure those of you reading this at work, in somewhat of a less tropical environment , might just be about ready to punch me. But hear me out. Beaches are great. In fact I love...
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Autumn Escapes for Lovers

The nights are drawing in, there’s already a distinct biting chill in the air and the once green leaves have begun to rust and fall from their branches; autumn is here. But as we battle the drizzle and prepare to head into the new season bundled up in our knitwear...
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Travel killed the ambitious

If you’re thinking about packing up and packing it all in to go travelling, then I urge you to just go! Do not deny yourself the desire to wander and explore. Go, and go with all your heart, but go knowing that the very thing you’re crave so much just...
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Farm Sanctuary

Nestled in the heart of the Western Cape countryside, far from the traffic and the noise of the city is a place you have to see to believe. Set down a dust track road in the quaint town of Franschhoek is Farm Sanctuary. This idyllic retreat was established in 2016 by...
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Knysna

East Heads Get out of bed and down to explore the East Heads early one morning, walk up the steps to see the craggy, death deifying cliff drops and then make your way back down again to where the wild waves break, to jump from rock to rock and take...
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