• Accommodation,  Travel

    My First Solocation: Paternoster

    If you are reading this, then it means you have gathered the strength to finally take the leap of faith and booked your first vacation alone. I know, it’s daunting, but if you’ve already done your research then that’s about 50% of the work – what you need now is this exciting blog post where I will hook you up with easy tips on how to save money while exploring destinations alone. I’ve longed for an intimate, solitary trip where I can just relax and refocus my own future endeavours as a content creator who might be living abroad soon – *shh… that’s a secret best kept for another day*…

  • Travel

    !kwa ttu: A day in San culture.

    The San, the first people in South Africa The earliest hunter-gatherers in southern Africa were the San people. The San were also known as ‘Bushmen’, a term used by the European Colonists that is now considered derogatory. The San populated South Africa long before the arrival of the Bantu-speaking nations, and thousands of years before the arrival of Europeans. Source: South African History Online It is always exciting to use a travel opportunity to learn about cultures and tribes in your country and this past weekend that is what I did. My friend and travel buddy Bee from Bee Du Jour invited me on a day tour at the !kwa ttu education center…