A safari is one of those things we all have on our bucket list, but how many of us actually go? Why you should book this experience, why we almost opted out and all your FAQs answered.
If you follow me on Instagram, you’ll know that we just spent 3 weeks in South Africa. Since arriving back in Australia, the first question on everyone’s lips is “Is South Africa safe?”. In a bid to avoid repeating myself, I’ve written everything you need to know (and what I wish I knew about S.A. before arriving), in one single post.
Is Mosquito Repellent Safe? The answer is one we all need to understand, especially those with young children.
From Port Elizabeth to Stellenbosch, this scenic drive is truly breathtaking and in my opinion, blows Highway 1 in the US, out of the water. Everything you need to know, including our very own tips and tricks are right here.
If you’re planning a trip to Cape Town, this guide will provide you with all the information I wish I had, before we touched down.
As we kick back and chow down on a whole lot of chocolate in the coming weeks, I wondered how many of us had ever stopped and considered the effects these said Easter Eggs and Hot Cross Buns were having on the environment? It seems like a stretch doesn’t it? I mean how can my humble Easter egg affect the entire world? Well, if you’re gearing up to make some Cadbury, Lindt or Darrell Lea chocolate varieties this Easter, this is something you might want to read first (and for those that are wondering, I’m not talking about the packaging, although that doesn’t help the situation either).
What am I talking about exactly? I’m talking about Palm Oil…
So many of us know we shouldn’t buy products that contain Palm Oil, but do we really understand why? What is Palm Oil? Palm oil is a type of vegetable oil derived from the palm fruit, grown on the African oil-palm tree. The palm fruit yields both palm oil and palm kernel oil. Palm oil is extracted…