How Not to be a Token White Girl When Doing Volunteer Work Abroad

I’m a firm believer that humans can’t be 100% totally altruistic. It’s the old argument – is there really any such thing as a selfless good deed? We do nice things for others, because we want to help the disadvantaged, give back to the community or quite often make...

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5 Must-See Sights in Kenya

  From the warm humid climate of the Indian Ocean coastline to the snow-capped peaks of Mt Kenya to the desert-like regions in the north-east, Kenya's landscape is truly diverse. Lucky enough to be traveling to Kenya? Here are five natural sights that are a must see! Lake Nakuru National...

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Volunteering - An Experience Of A Lifetime

I had been traveling quite a bit over a three month period; Boston, Las Vegas, London, Spain, Portugal. I would no sooner get home and play catch up only to be on the next flight out.

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Through The Wild – Do It Yourself African Safari

Baboons followed in our path, zebras stared off in the distance and giraffes poked their heads through the tall, green leaf trees following our every move. I sat sideways in the passenger seat of a 4x4, window completely down, my head peering out with eyes wide open.

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Morocco: Tips For Solo Female Travellers - Part 2

In part 2, Anna continues her list of top tips for solo females thinking to travel to Morocco. Her experience allows an insightful and useful list of things you should consider before travelling....

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Travel to Exotic and Untouched Namibia, South Africa

If you’ve always dreamed of traveling to Africa and experiencing everything it has to offer, consider a journey to Namibia. Your life may forever be altered, in the greatest ways possible!....read more

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Camel-packing on the Sahara Desert, Morocco

Now let’s get this straight a camel is just that, a camel. There are many types and the ones more often found in Morocco are Dromedaries; that is to say they have one hump. There are others like the two humped Bactrian camel often found in Asia, but a cam

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South Africa Photo Highlights

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South Africa Photo Highlights

Here are some of my personal collection of photos from an unforgettable trip to South Africa. This is a truly beautiful country which is well worth visiting.

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