Talat Rom Hup While travelling all around South East Asia, I've seen my fair share of markets, but the Maeklong Train Market is one that takes (the most interesting) cake. This famous Thai market literally sits on train tracks through Maeklong and is the largest fresh seafood market in Thailand with the train passing through... Continue Reading →
"Hogwarts will always be there to welcome you home." - J.K. Rowling Any true Harry Potter fan who has visited either Floridas or Californias Universal Studios Wizarding World of Harry Potter knows that it can be a giant roller coaster of emotions. If I remember correctly, I believe I cried the first time I... Continue Reading →
Take the pressure off seeing absolutely everything in Venice and take time to appreciate what you do see.
Everyone writes about what to bring on holidays, but what most people don't write about is what not to bring. Here is a list of the Worst Travel Mistakes for Long Trips to Multiple Destinations.
South Africa is one of my most favourite places to visit. If you go, I can recommend a million things to do and to try, but the very top of my list is a South African Safari. Safari Adventure In 2013, we arrived at the Hoedspruit Eastgate Airport where private transportation was waiting to bring... Continue Reading →
This is not my own original story. This Bedtime story was provided by the friendly staff at Kambaku Safari Lodge in the Timbavati Nature Reserve. Follow the link to read more about my South Africa Safari Adventure. Kambaku (c.1930-1985) Origine of Name: Kambaku is the Tsonga word for "Great Tusker" or "Old Elephant Bull" Range:... Continue Reading →
Winter is Coming!!! That's not really original, is it? Well, I don't need to be original to be excited about this post. If you ever visit Ireland, the number one thing I recommend is to take a Game of Thrones Tour, even if you're not a fan of the show. Last year, in 2016 on... Continue Reading →
Need a little adrenaline boost during your next vacation? Screw swimming with dolphins. I want the thrill of being close to one of the oceans most deadly predators. MANO!!! Mano means Shark in Hawaiian. For my 20th birthday, in 2011, my mother surprised me with a mother daughter trip to Hawaii. Although the trip provided any... Continue Reading →
When my family and I arrived at the historic Spier Wine Farm in South Africa in 2013, we didn't know what to expect. I knew we'd be staying in a wine vineyard, but I didn't know about the rehabilitation and conservation center on their grounds. As we arrived earlier than our comrades, we decided to explore Spier's Eagle Encounters... Continue Reading →