Seychelles: Anse Georgette

The trick to traveling cheap and sticking to a budget is packing and preparing food you look forward to eating. Like fried eggs and baked beans, am I right? We’ve been traveling with the same energy bars since November, and while one of them would make an entire meal for one of us, who the […]

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Seychelles: La Digue

Alright, forget all that Anse Lazio crap. We heard the most beautiful beach in the world was actually on La Digue, so again, we had to go find out for ourselves. La Digue is the third largest inhabited island in Seychelles and is chock-full of granite. Granite mountains, granite boulders, granite granite granite. We love […]

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Seychelles: Praslin

There’s no bus service from the Victoria terminal to the jetty and it’s about a fifteen minute walk. It was hot and sweaty with our backpacks but worth not paying exorbitant taxi prices. ST, TM. I forgot to bring ginger capsules for seasickness on the ferry to Praslin so I ate a bunch of ginger cookies […]

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Seychelles: Mahé

Seychelles is an independent African nation consisting of 115 islands nearly 1000 miles off the coast of Kenya and Tanzania. 41 of the islands are made of granite, the other 74 are made up of coral. About 167 million years ago Seychelles was part of Gondwana until they, along with Antarctica, India, Madagascar, and Australia […]

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Big Ten Reasons Everyone Should Visit Kruger National Park

10. The weather. The days are hot and sunny, the mornings and nights like dreams. We kept an eye on the outside temp during our drives and the hottest we personally saw was 100°F, but heard it got up to 105° that particular day. The mornings and evenings were 65°- 75°- seriously perfect. We never […]

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Kruger National Park- Sable Hide

Final drive- H9 to Phalaborwa Gate via Sable Hide. Shoestrings Airport Lodge. It seemed like we saw more elephants from Letaba to Phalaborwa than the rest of the park combined. One group had over fifty pachyderms! And it was there I spotted (pun intended) our very first leopard. I was in shock; I couldn’t even speak. […]

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Kruger National Park, Letaba

Drive 1- Satara H1-3 to H6 to S41. S90 to S89 to H1-5 to S91/S92 to Olifants Camp, then S44, S93, S46, and S94 to Letaba. Drive 2- Night drive Letaba S69 loop to S95 loop, back to Letaba. Letaba campground. We weren’t wasting our time on S100 again, so we took the tar road […]

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Kruger National Park- Sweni Hide

Drive 1- Satara S100 to S41, Sweni Hide, H6 to Satara. Drive 2- Satara H7 to S36 to S126 to H1-3, H6 to Sonop waterhole, H6 back to Satara. Satara campground. Every day in Kruger is better than the last. Every morning is so exciting and beautiful, every day is hot and lazy, every evening […]

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Kruger National Park- Satara

Drive 1- Skukuza H1-2 to H1-3 to Satara. Drive 2- Satara H7 to S40 to Girivana Dam and back. Drive 3- Night drive Satara H1-3 to Shisshangani waterhole, H1-3 to Sweni River and back. Satara campground. Night drives go from 20:00-22:00+ and let me tell you what, mister- it was real tough getting up the […]

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Kruger National Park- Biyamiti Loop

Drive 1- H3 to Biyamiti Loop to S114 to H2-2, then H3 to Skukuza. Drive 2- Lake Panic Hide. Drive 3- Night drive H11 to S1 to S65 and back to Skukuza. Skukuza campground. I was dreaming about zombies when I woke up just before the alarm. Greg went to the bathroom and I laid […]

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