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 Joanne Lefson on World Farm...Read More
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 on the wooden bridge. After...Read More
Roughly a two hour flight and a short taxi ride from the UK lies the centre of Palma, an underrated weekend break destination that is definitely worth a visit. From culture, history and shopping, to a picturesque waterfront and fantastic food, Palma really does have it all. The current place to stay is the Scandinavian owned Hotel...Read More
V&A Waterfront If you are looking for a place to splash some cash, then you will certainly be at home at the V&A Waterfront. This shopping mall has got all your favourite high street brands as well as the high end designers all under one roof. The sprawling restaurant scene that boarders the port offers...Read More
I have always enjoyed a glass of wine, or two, or three so when I had the chance to visit South Africa’s wine region, Stellenbosch, during my recent trip, I jumped at the chance. Just an hour’s drive from the bustling cityscape of Cape Town, Stellenbosch is like another world. Rolling countryside vineyards sit one after another...Read More
Situated in the Southern section of the sprawling Nambiti Private Game Reserve in KwaZulu Natal, you’ll find Cheetah Ridge Lodge; a place which provides a truly once in a lifetime experience. If you are looking for an off road wildlife adventure yet desire the comfort of a luxury boutique style stay, add this to your...Read More
The CN Towner Rocket 58 seconds to the lookout level of the CN Tower for a 360 degree view of the city from above the skyscrapers, then make your way to the Glass Floor located on the SkyTerrace and test your nerve! With a view 342 m (1,122 ft) straight down, even those not afraid of heights might...Read More
Iceland goes out of its way to build its roads around rocks where elves might live; one tradition involves throwing Skyr yoghurt at a building, and a former mayor of Reykjavik also used to professionally check rocks for elf residents. The many Icelandic sagas include men who could turn into super powered wolf warriors, and...Read More
If I had to use one word to describe myself, other than painfully organised, it would have to be cautious! And yes the exclamation point is necessary! Ok that one went a bit far. Anyway, what I’m trying to say is that I’m a person who likes to evaluate risk; think Ruben in Along Came...Read More
Colombia still has a notorious reputation across the world, spawned by its booming cocaine business that fed the USA for a number of years and is only just starting to be overturned. With an uneven balance of power between private landowners and the government, there was a feeling of tentative authority when I visited. The...Read More
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