Top 10 must-do activities & must-see attractions in South Africa

1. A Safari at a National Park, South Africa South Africa is home to ‘the big 5’ (African Elephant, Cape Buffalo, Lion, Leopard, and Rhinoceros. Seeing these animals (and others) roaming freely in their natural habitat, brazing, and grazing and hunting for their next prey is completely different from seeing them at the zoo. WeContinue reading “Top 10 must-do activities & must-see attractions in South Africa”

Waving goodbye to Cape Town and hello to South Africa’s Garden Route

Our time in Cape Town has come to an end after an incredible and unforgettable seven days. On our penultimate day, we went on a CitySightseeing Tour to Cape Point National Park, Cape of Good Hope and Boulders Beach. At Cape Point National Park we climbed to a lighthouse at the top of a mountain,Continue reading “Waving goodbye to Cape Town and hello to South Africa’s Garden Route”

Seals, Sunsets and Sex on the beach…

I’ve fallen in love with Cape Town and the Capetonian people. Over the past few days, we’ve travelled to Hout Bay to visit Seal Island; watched the sunset from Signal Hill; visited Nelson Mandela’s prison cell on Robben Island and sipped cocktails on Camps Bay overlooking Lions Head. For anyone visiting the Mother City, I’dContinue reading “Seals, Sunsets and Sex on the beach…”

Visiting Table Mountain + V&A Waterfront

After only having a few nights sleep on the flight to Cape Town,  I slept like a baby and had a much needed 12 hour sleep.  We planned the evening before that it would be a good idea to see the city via the big red city bus, which they have in most major citiesContinue reading “Visiting Table Mountain + V&A Waterfront”

Flying halfway​ around the world to Cape Town

The morning has finally come after months of planning and it was an eventful first day. Typically, we couldn’t have picked a worse day to travel halfway around the world, as Storm Ciara ripped its way through the country. However, both of our flights to Istanbul and Cape Town were scheduled with no delays. TheContinue reading “Flying halfway​ around the world to Cape Town”

Travelling the world…

The next nine or so months will see my girlfriend, Emily and I travel around the globe with flexible flights to 12 different countries. After I finished my Masters in Sports Journalism, I was at a crossroads in my life. I applied for the position of Media Assistant at Rochdale FC – a perfect entryContinue reading “Travelling the world…”