hat sunblock sleeping bag sleeping tablets a stick book, paper, pen boots plasters peanut butter and a lot of chocolate. going hiking tomorrow five days hoping to return with a tan and a few new freckles. Hope we make it! And that this time I … Continue reading Holiday fever
‘I think you should go left here?’ I said to Frederika. ‘I donno, it’s not really a road is it, maybe we should go back, find the right road?’ ‘Julie did say the road was bad, she didn’t say this bad, ugh take the left, … Continue reading Julie, what were you thinking?
This week I was beyond lucky to get to visit Jack’s Camp in the Makgadikgadi Pans, Botswana. I’ve always wanted to go to the Kalahari Desert and to this particular lodge so when the opportunity came up, I was like yes yes yes. Even though … Continue reading Jack’s Camp, Makgadikgadi
The thing about a holiday is that it has to end. And I always forget what happens to me when I get home. I feel miserable. I take days to settle and mostly I feel a little low and a little weepy. I have feelings … Continue reading Aftermath of a Holiday
Apologies for all the exclamation marks but I just found out the girls I’m going to Bali with DO NOT WAX!!!!! They’re HAIRY. Everywhere. I on the other hand have booked a wax even though I don’t really need one – full leg, bikini and … Continue reading Pure woman!
When I was in my twenties I backpacked through the USA. Every so often I would find a laundromat, throw in a few quarters and do my washing. And that was how I developed a thing for cowboys. I was in Taos New Mexico watching … Continue reading Cowboys
There are 10299 miles between Johannesburg and San Diego. That’s the distance between me and a guy that I know quite well. He’s funny, single, never wants to settle down and loves cheese burgers. A little like me. I’ve never met him. It’s one of … Continue reading A one night stand in Sumatra