So you’ve tracked a leopard through the bush, scaled the lofty heights of Table Mountain (yeah, the cable car counts!), and consumed more wine than is probably advisable. The end of your trip to South Africa is in sight, yet whilst you’re exhausted you don’t want to come down from your high just yet. This is where Timamoon steps in. Deservedly calling itself the ‘most seductive lodge on the planet’ Timamoon most certainly hit the spot with hubbie and I on our latest South African adventure. A secluded hillside…

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There are many places that I’ve loved during my travels around the world but Africa is the one place that I fell completely and utterly head over heels in love with. Nowhere else on Earth has captured my heart quite like Africa. Aside from the bright jubilant culture, the friendly locals and smiling children, the stunning diverse landscapes from sandy deserts to misty green jungles and vibrant cities, the wildlife is one of the continent’s biggest draws. No matter how many national parks and animal…

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We visited Morocco last summer, smack bang in the middle of summer and to say it was hot was an understatement but we didn’t let the heat stop us from venturing in the Sahara Desert and for both of us it was a highlight of all travels to date! We didn’t book our tour prior to arriving in Morocco as we both had experience travelling in similar countries and knew we’d be best to source a good company & tour once we arrived and got…

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A few weeks before we were due to arrive in Morocco last year we discovered that our trip fell during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. Whilst we were aware (vaguely) of what Ramadan was we were a little worried about as to how it may affect our trip! So here’s our experience, a little about what you should expect and a few tips to help you fully enjoy your Moroccan experience (as it is an INCREDIBLE country)! Firstly… what is Ramadan? For those of…

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We visited the exotic, crazy and beautiful country of Morocco smack bang in the middle of their summer. To say it was hot was an understatement, but we found bliss in the beautiful Riad’s we stayed in, each discreetly hidden away in their own corner of the bustling Medina (and made full use of their swimming pools in the 49° heat) in Marrakech and Fez. Camel trekking into the Sahara Desert and staying in traditional Berber camp sites was a tick off the bucket list for…

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