Two years again I set myself a travel challenge to travel to 30 countries before I turned 30. I am happy to report I managed to accomplish that goal but now I am like what’s next? My lovely work colleagues decided to gift me the lonely planet‘s ultimate travel list, 500 places to explore. I thought it was very thoughtful of them because many know once you complete a challenge you start looking for another. I was am at that stage of now wanting another travel challenge to do. When sharing the news of completing the 30 Before Thirty I mentioned I might re-do #Take12Trips travel challenge. But then I thought nah, I can do that anytime I please. I needed something exciting to do, I needed travel inspiration, queue up the Travel Name Game. So what is the Travel Name Game?  Well I am glad you asked, ok I know you did… View Post

Africa is an amazing tourist destination for people of all age groups. Be it children, adolescents or adults, the country has a little something for everybody. If you plan to take children with you to Africa, then all you need to do is plan your trip strategically for a memorable experience. Here are a few do’s and don’ts if you are traveling to Africa with kids: Dos Take Hot Air Balloon Rides If you are planning your trip to Africa, then hot air balloon rides with your children should be a part of your to do list. Explore the breath-taking beauty of Africa and experience the wildlife during your flight. Get a view of the amazing African landscapes and give your children a once in a lifetime experience with a hot air balloon ride. Go on a Kenya Family Safari If you are confused about taking your children to an… View Post

Yes!! You read it correctly, I completed the 30 countries Before 30 travel challenge I started back in 2015. At first I felt like I was setting myself up for failure as I wasn’t traveling much back then. Then 2016 came and I managed to travel to at least once a month to complete my #take12trips travel challenge. I must admit the feeling of accomplishing such important travel goals in my life is incomparable to anything so far.  The quote, everything you want is on the other side of fear has never been more truer than it has been in the last 2 years. I stepped out of my comfort zone, tested the waters and explored the world with new resilience. Don’t get me wrong, I was pretty scared shitless sometimes but I never gave up on my goal. Everyone will always tell you what you should be doing at… View Post

Over the last two years I have made it my business to check my favourite booking site Skyscanner daily. Yes I said daily because well I love nothing more than a good bargain to scratch my itch. Not sure how or who introduced me to this awesome website but I thank you anyway. Travel is never a shortage of money but of courage, love this quote but sometimes it sounds like bull crap. Money is always be an issue for some people so much that most are in debt due to many reasons. But if travel is your goal and can manage your money then lendgreen loans is an option. Or if loans are not your thing you can save up or raid your inheritance. Now that we have the money talk out-of-the-way, let’s focus on what you really came here for. Before I share the cheapest European cities to fly to,… View Post

“TRAVEL is about the GORGEOUS feeling of teetering in the unknown – unknown” I have been traveling solo for about 2+ years now so I guess I qualify for solo female traveler badge. Traveling is one luxury I hope never to lose in my lifetime. Because I feel it’s more important to see or visit or place yourself than to always just hear about it. Traveling certainly opens ones mind and broadens ones thinking. But that does not mean it does not have its own dangers. Hence why today I have chosen to share my top 10 solo female travel tips. I had mentioned in solo travelers consider airport transfer the importance of always being safe. As women we are more vulnerable than men because well some imbecile is always lurking. Safety shouldn’t just be a thing you practice abroad but in everyday life but that’s not to say don’t… View Post