See more on travel blogger Nomvelo Chalumbira’s 2 week adventure through Europe, from the canals of Amsterdam to the beautiful architecture of Brussels.
I fell in love with Singapore and here is why... After not being able to renew my visa to stay in China, and some convincing from my parents, I decided to go to Singapore for 2 weeks before heading to Europe at the end of August. I had one of the best week's of my adventure with my mother, living our best Crazy Rich Asian life on the island. View post
Hong Kong is one of the most crowded city’s I have ever visited. It’s densely occupied with countless skyscrapers, however, there are some pockets of nature, thankfully. This past week I got to spend a full day exploring in the city. I have been in Shanghai, China mainland for the last month, on a L1 (visitor) visa, which only permits me 30 days stay at a time in the country. Since my 1st 30 days had expired, I decided to go to Hong Kong, which is a nice 2h30min-3hr flight from Shanghai. Hong Kong is a harbor city, with a combination of the oriental cultural foundation and a blend of the west. As its summer in the northern hemisphere, the city is boiling and humid which can make exploring quite sweaty, so brace yourself and prepare accordingly. The best and most cost-effective way to get into the city from the airport is the ...
My solo-traveling has taught me to let go and enjoy the journey of the unknown and love my own company . View post
Traveling is a way to see how the world really is. How people live, a snapshot of their realities and lived experience. Food is always a great way to experience the culture of the country. In Tokyo, I decided to do a food tour to learn more about Japanese culture. View post
I recently visited Vietnam for the first time for 2 weeks, and it still was not enough to cover this interesting South East Asian country, which is filled with lots of history, breath-taking landscapes and cultural sites. View post
Leaving home is never easy, no matter what age you are at, but it needs to be done in order to grow and challenge yourself.View post
Why does it feel like the twenties are a series of trial and errors and perpetual anxiety of the future and whether or not "I will make it in life" instead of just enjoying life and being carefree, all while conquering our goals? View post
The clouds hung too heavy, inevitably charging a release of showers right through to the new year. Perhaps a washing away of 2018 or a gloomy projection of 2019. View post
It's that time of the year again, life temporarily slows down for the holiday season, festive cheer is in the air and the wonderlust bug has hit an all time high. View post
what springs to mind when you think of Mauritius? Perhaps it’s the white sandy beaches and the clear turquoise ocean? View post
Image: Picnicoolin We're slap bang in the middle of 2018 and the 1st half of the year has probably taken its toll and your friends are probably feeling it too. We're suggesting a girls trip to the year's biggest equestrian fashion event, the DBN July. View post
Image: Bram Lammers This time last week Friday (May 25), I was excitedly anticipating my first experience of Swaziland’s MTN Bushfire Festival, dubbed one of the ‘seven African music festivals you really have to see‘ by CNN, and I agree. View post
Second time fun: Going back to Thailand nine years after was thee trip to remember. View post
For most South Africans, the world outside of our borders is largely constructed by the images we see in the media. From movies to global news stories, the reality for many of us remains within our geographical domestic boundaries. View post
Your not so typical love story, of finding meaning and home in the most unexpected places. View post