Ever had dinner in the Chianti Hills? Well, you should. Chianti is located between Florence and Siena. I loved driving through the medieval towns and picturesque rolling hills covered in vineyards and olive groves, to reach our dinner destination, Ristorante I tre pini. We were welcomed with blue champagne (which looked odd but tasted great) and live… Continue reading Italy on Tour | Dinner in the Chianti Hills in Tuscany
February was far too short. I feel like I wrote the January Round Up just a few days ago! Nonetheless, we still got so much done this month. While we kept it pretty local, we got away for a night or two! I BLOGGED SOME MORE. I haven’t yet caught up on most of our travels… Continue reading Round Up | February 2017
If you haven’t already checked out the Rome blog post, check it out here. Venice: Venice, funny enough, wasn’t it was all cracked up to be – granted, we were hot, feet sore, budget tight & we could not avoid queues or crowds wherever we went. I truly believe that I need to return to fully make… Continue reading Italy on Tour | Venice in Photos
In a bid to cover all the places I’ve been, here’s a start on our Splendors of Italy Tour with Trafalgar. While tours aren’t for everyone, at the end of this series I’ll post the pros and cons about our visit to Italy with Trafalgar. Hopefully, it can show you some exciting places to visit in… Continue reading Italy on Tour | Rome in Photos
Craig and I spent a whirlwind 24 hours in Vancouver, purely to get our Schengen visas (the struggle of being a South African that loves traveling). It was far too short to get a proper feel of the city, so I am basically already dreaming about our return. There are a few things that I… Continue reading Vancouver | Bucket-list
So this isn’t the usual exciting post about a holiday itinerary. It’s real talk about how moving abroad has completely turned my life upside down. Having moved away from home at barely-eighteen, I thought I could easily do the move again, forgetting that the first year and a half of being at University without my… Continue reading Living Abroad | Why Barrhead, Alberta?
I’ve grown up visiting the Oyster Box for coffees, breakfasts, afternoon teas, cocktails, spa days, almost everything you can think of but had never had the luxury of an overnight stay. What was the point? I lived up the road. I was a local. But every single time I strolled past along the promenade, I… Continue reading Durban | Oyster Box Hotel Review