Archive for the ‘Traveller’s Tales’ Category

May 7, 2013 @ 12:19 pm - posted by Colleen
The journey from Heathrow to Goa was very smooth.  The stopover was in Doha, and according to the reports I had read on the web, it is one of the world’s worst airports.  I still  cannot understand why the reviews are so derogatory.  I had about three and a half hours in Doha and found the airport to be much the same as any other international airport, in fact better than others I’ve been in. [ more...]
April 30, 2013 @ 12:20 pm - posted by David Beaumont
In 1800, Andries Pretorius, Commander of the Boers, lived in a small farm. Letskraal. The nearest town, Graff-Reinet, was capital of the fourth colony in the country at that time, following on from Cape Town, Stellenbosch and Swellendam and named after the first Dutch Governor Jacob van der Graff and his wife Rejnet. It lies an hour’s drive away from the farm by car, five hours away in an 1800s horse [ more...]
April 18, 2013 @ 12:30 pm - posted by Julie
It is scary. It is daunting. There is no doubt about that. Deciding to embark on the idea of a career break and for me mine was travelling, left me wondering what on earth I was doing and how was I actually going to do it. [ more...]
April 9, 2013 @ 4:06 pm - posted by Liz
Guest blog post guidelines Inspire and excite others with your travel tales and stories from your Career Break or Sabbatical leave. Have you had a memorable Sabbatical adventure or are you on a Career Break now and would like to share your experience with others? Who wouldn't want to learn from someone who has been there, done it and got the t-shirt? If you’ve ever thought about travel writing [ more...]
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