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Tales of 2013 Travels: Year of my life!

2013 has been the best year of my life. It’s official. It exceeded all expectations and surpassed my most optimistic dreams. I actually spent more time travelling than at home. And that’s quite the feat for a non-nomad. A Grand Total of 51 flights in 2013! Flying will always hold marvel for me. It’s a world … Continue reading

What A Difference A Year Makes!
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What A Difference A Year Makes!

This time last year, I started to contemplate solo travel. I always knew I had it in me. But having recently experienced panic attacks and certain emotions of fear, which I’d never known growing up, I became a little more reserved. Or should I say, certain things made me think twice, when the real me … Continue reading

ZANZIBAR’S LOST VILLAGE
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ZANZIBAR’S LOST VILLAGE

Exploring Zanzibar, I feel I’ve taken a step back in time… Bustling little markets, narrow labyrinth alleyways and the heady mix of spices, incense and Islamic prayer calls contribute to a mesmerising walk the authentic coastal Stone Town. It’s akin to navigating a Moroccan / Omani souk. The Omani influence is great, fused with the Portuguese … Continue reading