When travelling, there’s so many options on who to book with so how on earth do you decide?!
Solo travelling seems like a very scary things to do, and it can also seem a little lonely. However, I think the benefits of travelling alone outweigh the negatives.
Everyone feels homesick when they go abroad without their family – even if you’re going for a week or a month. Homesickness is nothing to be ashamed off, everyone feels it.
Some of you may be aware of the fact that Indonesia is changing it’s capital city from Jakarta to Borneo; you may also be aware of why. I have done lots of research into the history of Jakarta, why it is flooding and what the effects are likely to be when the capital city is…
For someone who cannot sleep on planes, long haul flights can be a drag. For those who can sleep on planes, I envy you!
Vultures are a species that are considered to be facing extinction, even the most commonly seen ones – the White Backed Vultures. There are 22 species in total, and they all are struggling to survive from the threats that they have been put under, leading to extinction.
Snakes are my biggest fear. Therefore it would make sense for my scariest experience to be when I was going to the toilet and a little green snake appeared by my ankles, causing me to wake the entire campsite up with my scream.
After spending a wonderful 6 weeks in rural South Africa and a further 4 weeks in Tanzania, I have compiled a list of essentials to pack on a rural trip! Be sure to check out my post on my time in South Africa. The lists below are predominantly for African countries, but it’s worth checking…