Experiencing the beautiful land and history of southern Tasmania through the lens of whisky production was epic! Meeting distillery owners and master distillers in person is an honour. The tour was a very personal experience – far from the madding crowds and tourism one associates with Scotland, here you can get up and personal with whisky.
Perched on a hill side, sitting in harmony amongst the natural splendour that characterises the Makuleke Park is The Outpost. A sleek and modern luxury lodge, offering panoramic views of the Luvuvhu River. There are 12 stand alone, spacious suites on offer, featuring the creature comforts one would expect from a high-end establishment. But don’t be fooled, this game lodge is like no other. Exterior room walls and windows have...
I recently went on a family holiday to the Kruger National Park. Call it what you will: a bush break, safari or outdoor adventure. The trip was both a break from the everyday pressures of adulting and a memorable adventure.
My favourite of all the churches in Lalibela is Biet Giyorgis (House of St. George). When you first get to it, standing above looking down, it is just a perfectly put together building and a testament to the power of faith. Words will never do Biet Giyorgis justice; it’s a place to be experienced! In fact my partner and I liked it so much went back the next morning to see it in first light.
“Do not dwell in the past, do not dream of the future, concentrate the mind on the present moment.” Buddha
Our spontaneous trip to Bangkok, was aimed purely at food travel and enjoying the country’s many culinary offering, in between all our amazing meals, we also experienced some stunning temples, luxury palaces, the Chao Phraya River and the warmth and friendliness of the Thai people. We stayed along the river, so it made s...
Within the Gheralta Mountain range is Abuna Yemata Guh – nerves of steel, polished cliff face, act of faith, soaring, church in the sky – some of the descriptors thrown up during a Google search. Locals say Abuna Yemata Guh was built in the 5th century, historians, say 15th century, either way this cave church located on a cliff, would prove to be my act of faith.
A short walk from the main road, through a dense canopy of trees, we found Jinbar Falls. From a vantage point, that places you above birds of prey, Jinbar and the Geech Abyss canyon into which its water tumbles are visually breath-taking! There are no official statistics – but its said to be amongst the tallest falls in Africa!