Being on a houseboat in Kariba is the perfect holiday in paradise, but there is one small catch to this enchanting and spectacular encounter in nature — you have to do a BIG grocery shop before you go.
There are a few things we have picked up through our year of traveling around Europe that made our trips easier, more convenient and a lot happier. In light of our time here coming to end we thought we would share them with you and do our first ever GIVAWAY!
When you go on a trip there are so many things to remember, it's easy to forget to pack some of these little essentials. So, to help you remember all the things to put in your KARIBA basket, here's a list of things we recommend you pack for the trip!
Located in Southern Africa, Zimbabwe is an exquisite, wild and wonderful destination you should put on your travel bucket list! Zimbabwe boasts some of the most arresting landscapes in the world, which makes it is difficult to select the destinations to visit, but here are a compilation of our favourites (for now), we still have so much more to explore!
I have to admit, I am a little biased when it comes to this region of the world, after all it's home to the Big five, dusty trails and impressive five star accommodation! Singita Pamushana was started as a trust to initiate conservation schemes and promote growth within local communities in the surrounding area. Exquisite … Continue reading Why Singita Pamushana Lodge should be your next holiday destination
Victoria Falls, 'Mosi-oa-Tunya' or 'The Smoke that Thunders' is situated on the boarder of Zimbabwe and Zambia. Being one of the seven natural wonders of the world, it is a popular tourist destination in Africa. I have been visiting the Falls since I was about five years old and it still takes my breath away! Rather … Continue reading Travel Tales: Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
On Monday the Dutch government issued a code red, which apparently means heavy snow and bad weather. My lectures were cancelled, we were warned about train disruptions and even the Utrecht library sent students home . While the rest of the Netherlands locked their doors and turned up their radiators, I put on my long, black … Continue reading Utrecht’s Iridescent White Blanket
For all the Zimbabweans who "ache" to be home, in Zimbabwe. The Zulu word "Dela" directly translated means abandon, despair and surrender. However, it can be used to suggest that one has "had enough of a thing," that something has "stretched too long," "to look for something," or "to have satisfaction." I am hoping that we … Continue reading “I Burn for You”
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