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Delivering a baby on the side of the road in Port Elizabeth

I’ll be totally blunt. Port Elizabeth is not the most thrilling city in the world. This was my last stop before heading back to Cape Town, and due to bus timetables over Christmas, I ended up stuck there a little longer than I wanted to be. 752 more words

Solo Female Travel

Tips for the Solo Traveler

Although it wasn’t the original plan, I just came back from going to China by MYSELF!  My childhood best friend and I were supposed to go and celebrate our 30th birthdays’ together, but alas, her work got in the way (ugh adult problems).  462 more words


420 the wholesome way - Wawa Dam, Montalban, Rizal

April 20, 2015, Paranaque, PH.

It’s a Monday and like about 99% of the working population, I felt so lazy to get up and face work again that day. 779 more words

Budget Travel

Oruro, Bolivia

I was in Oruro for less than a week but I enjoyed my time there. Looking back now, I realise that most of the fun I had were in moments shared with other people. 551 more words


#travelbookclub discusses Tales of a Female Nomad by Rita Golden Gelman

This month #travelbookclub read Tales of a Female Nomad by Rita Golden Gelman who, following her divorce, decided to sell all of her possessions and travel the world for an unlimited period of time. 37 more words


Table for One, Please

My dear friends, normally, when I write to you, it is in the past tense because it takes me a few days to go through pictures, research and verify my facts, and collect my thoughts before I lay them out on the page for you in what I hope you find to be a thoughtful, entertaining, and easy to read post. 1,900 more words

My Travels

Adventure Chat #6-Solo Adventures

When I began participating in Twitter chats I loved the amount of interacting and great information I was seeing. I also noticed that most chats were about travel. 2,653 more words