Margaret River and Busselton

On one of our weekends we had off in Perth, we were able to head south to explore a little bit of Margaret River, which is the wine region of Western Australia. Due to having a fairly tight budget at that time, and the copious amounts we tried in South Africa, we chose not to... Continue Reading →

Perth

We spent almost 7 weeks in Perth during March and April before making our way north. If I'm honest, we flew into Perth because it was the cheapest place to fly into and it was the shortest flight, rather than any big desire to see Perth. But, in hindsight, I'm glad we did, because we... Continue Reading →

Kununurra

You may have noticed a lack of posts over the past few weeks, which has mainly been due to lack of Wi-Fi and terrible phone signal where we are at the moment. Where is that, you ask? Kununurra, Western Australia. Way up towards the top of Australia - 3319 km from Perth, which took us... Continue Reading →

24 hours in Dubai

Dubai isn't a place either myself nor Rich have ever had a strong desire to see; however; we had to stop there during our flight from Johannesburg to Perth, and as we knew we wouldn't be going back anytime soon, we decided to add a day to see a bit of the city. We arrived... Continue Reading →

The End of the Garden Route

To read about the start or our journey along the Garden Route click here. To read about the second part of our journey along the Garden Route click here. As I'm writing this last post about South Africa and our adventures along the Garden Route, I am sitting under the stars in the outback of... Continue Reading →

The Garden Route – Part Two

To see the start of our road trip from Cape Town driving the Garden Route click here. After our great evening sailing and chowing down on some amazing seafood in Mossel Bay, we started to make our towards Knysna via a place called Oudstroon. Armed with a list of suggestions from Este and Jacque, that... Continue Reading →

Driving the Garden Route

After our week in Cape Town, we were ready to head away from the city and see what the rest of South Africa had to offer. After loads of research back in the UK, we'd decided that we wanted to drive along the southern coast of SA, more commonly known as the Garden Route. Most... Continue Reading →

Cape Town

After Kilimanjaro and 8 days on Safari, we were so ready to spend more than 2 days in one place, and that place happened to be Cape Town. Once again we were up early (3 am) to get to Nairobi airport for our flight to South Africa via a layover in Ethiopia, and it was... Continue Reading →

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