I started this year thinking it would be my year for travel. Two and a half months in, and what’s being reported as a pandemic of potentially apocalyptic proportions is thwarting my plans somewhat. Here’s why I’m moving back to Japan anyway, despite the threat of COVID-19.
If you’re in Cape Town you don’t need to go through all the trouble of booking a flight to Japan to have your tastebuds tickled in a uniquely Japanese setting, because Tjing Tjing has got your back.
Summer in Cape Town is magical. Sure, it comes with a heck of a lot of wind, but it also brings with it cheap fruit, lazy days on the beach, and open-air Afro-Latin dance parties.
Canada’s freezing temperatures are certainly worth withstanding and you’ll realise this when you bear witness to the grandeur of its picturesque countryside, made up of beautiful parks, reflective and icy lakes, as well as some urban landmarks. Here are a few of the best places that you need to see when you’re in Canada.
There’s a sweet spot when it comes to traveling, somewhere between a vacation and moving. A place that provides most of the benefit, with the least number of downsides. Guest contributor Waylon Kenning explains.
Two years ago, I decided to get on the travel-bandwagon live abroad…. guest contributor, Siân Murray, tells us about her life in Vietnam
Whether you go for two weeks or two years, you’re going to notice a load of differences between South Africa and Japan. In a lot of ways they’re polar opposites, and that’s why we’ve compiled this short list of some of the differences you’ll encounter if you decide to make the journey to this weird and wonderful country.