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Gaia lives and breathes beneath us. We are merely an apple fruiting from the eternal tree. We will stop at nothing to understand her, follow us on our journey.

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Want to save money? Live healthy? Start every day with the eternal light of unconditional love flowing through you? So do we! Hopefully we can show you how!

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Why we do the wrong thing

Each day, a new leaf is turned over. Suffice to say, the leaf was okay at the start, but now, ...
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The Big Fat Taboo

We live in a world where two of the most widely recognised brands are McDonalds and Coca-Cola and where 40% ...
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How to get cheap flights

Don't settle for lost time! You know the feeling when you just can't find a reasonably priced flight? The tedious ...
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Liebster Award

The well renowned Liebster award is an amazing networking award given from bloggers to bloggers! First, we would like to thank ...
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3 ways to travel REALLY cheap

We always get asked how we can travel so often and afford it and so in response we have compiled ...
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How to bargain in Morocco: 6 lessons

In the medinas and souks of Morocco, you can begin to feel like a bone between a pack of dogs ...
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Setti Fatma: The town beneath the falls

Where is it and how to get there? Hidden in the high Atlas Mountains, an hour and a half from ...
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Chefchaouen: A Blue-tiful City

The bus carves around the mountain, forests either side, a cloudless sky and a thin crisp air which bites at ...
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The Sahara: Merzouga, Morocco

During our time in Morocco, we became nomads and ventured out into the vast Sahara desert riding camels and staying ...
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Why you should visit South Africa!

The rainbow nation has lived through the struggle and pain of many oppressed cultures and destructive colonial invasions. Despite it's ...
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Animal Love Part 3: Poaching

Hopefully you have enjoyed the first two instalments of our animal love series. If you haven't explored them yet, please ...
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South African Shoestring: The Garden Route pt 2

This is the most famous coastal area of South Africa and we can see why. Besides being relatively close to ...
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South African Shoestring: The Garden Route P1

After a very long drive from Johannesburg, we finally arrived on the beautiful Sunshine Coast, famous for its great surf ...
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Johannesburg: The commercial capital of RSA

Johannesburg, Jo-burg, Gauteng; however you call it, it stands for one thing: opportunity. "Johannesburg is a city of opportunists, if ...
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Why Kruger and Blyde should be on your list!

Kruger National Park and Blyde River Canyon are two natural wonders of South Africa. Amazingly, they are only 2 hours ...
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Cape Town: The beating heart of the Rainbow Nation

Cape Town: The beating heart of the Rainbow Nation This is a big claim... We know! But show us a ...
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Animal Love all day!

Part 2: Areena game reserve, that rings a bell... The Coast to Coast was checked and confirmed, here we could ...
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South African Shoestring: Zulu-Land

Cultural immersion, wildlife interaction (both terrestrial and marine based) and beautiful landscapes; Zulu-Land has them all! The Valley of 1000 ...
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South African Shoestring: The South Coast

Whether you are after beach life, city adventures or if you are an adrenaline junkie through and through, there is ...
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South African Shoestring: The Wild Coast

Our journey was fast-paced and full of action. We barely slept; between the long hours driving and the writing of ...
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Approaches to cultural immersion: Zulu, Xhosa, Swazi and Rasta

Immersing in the culture of a region is key if you wish to learn about the place you are in ...
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Animal Love Trilogy: An unhappy start

Part 1: Animals are clearly one of the highlights of South Africa. Game reserves play a big part in the ...
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Exploring the communities of the Thaba-Putsoa mountains

Lesotho, the kingdom in the sky, is famed for its mountainous landscapes and communities living isolated, yet free in the ...
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5 adventures in Lesotho: The kingdom in the sky

1. Malealea lodge This is a place that has been in service for many years and it has built a ...
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Rivers dry and communities suffering: How you can help

Rivers dry and communities suffering: How you can help The south of Africa has given us a strong and powerful ...
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Traditional Markets

Traditional Markets of Swaziland The traditional markets are a great place to get chatting to the locals. Traditional materials are ...
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Sheba’s breasts and waterfalls: A warm welcome to Swaziland

Our first stop in Swazliand was Ezulwini. The minibus from Johannesburg airport dropped us at the gates. We were welcomed ...
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Africa’s hidden gem: Swaziland

You may have never heard of Swaziland, but it's rich culture and natural beauty has proven to us that this ...
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Safaris for budget backpackers: Swaziland

As backpackers, we realise that safaris are a serious expense. Seeing a zebra or a hippo had just been taken ...
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Travelling: its all about the people

Travelling: its all about the people The vast African continent stretches from the jungles of the Congo to the desolate ...
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