June 21, 2017
Why I Don’t Want to Visit 100 Countries Before I’m 30 premium
I know, right? That’s a weirdass title for a blog post. But here’s the thing: for the past five years or so, this has been one of my goals in life. I’ve never shared it publicly until now, but I’ve always had in the back of my mind that I was going to travel to 100 […]
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June 19, 2017
Finding Paradise in Vingerklip: Africa’s Monument Valley premium
It was an unintentional splurge. Every time I buy flights to a new country, you see, I aim to make my trip as inexpensive as possible. I start off looking at hostels to see which one would be a good fit for me, then — just to get an idea of what’s around, of course — […]
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June 5, 2017
13 Really Stupid Things I’ve Done as a Travel Blogger premium
I’m excited about this post. You guys knows I’m all about confessing up to my mistakes and sharing the stupid things I’ve done over the years. Well, at the start of the year, I did an AMA on Nomadic Matt’s forum and one of the questions I was asked was about whether I had any blogging regrets. Of course, […]
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June 4, 2017
March 2017: Travel Summary and Statistics premium
In March, I hopped on a plane back south again and made Namibia my destination of the month. At the start of 2017, I made a vow to explore as much of the African continent as I could squeeze in while basing myself in Portugal, and I’m pleased to share it’s been a tremendous success so […]
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May 23, 2017
Desperately Seeking Elephants at Etosha National Park premium
A clap of thunder crackled across the sky and down my spine. “That’s… not great,” I muttered to Dave. Ahead of us, the sky was rapidly darkening; rain splattering like tiny water bombs on our windscreen. I looked around us in dismay. We had just arrived in Etosha National Park: the one place in Namibia where we […]
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May 22, 2017
The Perfect First Day in Namibia premium
I don’t know what I’d been expecting from Namibia, but it wasn’t that it would be so easy. I felt as though I had rocked up at an airport in Germany rather than a lesser-known country in Southern Africa. Windhoek’s Airport was clean and modern; everybody spoke English; we bought a SIM card and exchanged our […]
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May 16, 2017
How Much Does it Cost to Travel in Namibia? premium
My road trip across Namibia was the best travel experience of my life. But it was also the most expensive trip I’ve ever taken. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t go. If you can afford it, you should make every effort you can to get there. Watching the sunrise over the Namib Desert; lying in the desert […]
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May 14, 2017
February 2017: Travel Summary and Statistics premium
I kicked off February on a plane to Swaziland. I knew very little about the place when I booked my flight, but just a small amount of research had me convinced I should visit. Mostly after I discovered Swaziland has one of the highest numbers of people struck by lightning per capita. Yes, I do realise that’s […]
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May 8, 2017
What’s it Like to Travel in Namibia? premium
My road trip around Namibia is the best travel experience I’ve ever had. I can’t even find the words to describe how fantastic my time in the country was. Namibia has everything. It’s easy to explore independently, it’s safe, it’s beautiful, the locals are lovely, the landscapes are diverse, the wildlife is exciting, and there are so. few. tourists. […]
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May 1, 2017
How to Rock a Layover in Dubai premium
I wasn’t planning to visit Dubai. But after I accidentally cancelled my flight back to Lisbon from Cape Town, the cheapest replacement flight took me via Dubai, and it would cost no extra to give myself 24 hours in the city. How could I turn down an offer like that? So, with less than a day’s notice, […]
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