The thought of a new adventure always fills us with excitement. A new place to explore, new people to meet, Another culture to learn about. Yet, the last thing often thought about is our health. It is no fun to find yourself bedridden, sick with a stomach bug when there is an exciting city outside the window to explore.
Continue reading “How to Stay Travel Healthy”
No doubt about it, eating out in London can be expensive. However, follow in the footsteps of the locals to save your money.. Continue reading “Where the locals really eat in London”
This weekend many family’s will indulge in a chocolate treat to celebrate Easter. But has the real meaning of Easter been pushed aside in favour of eggs and hot cross buns.? Do we remember what Easter is really about? In fact, Easter Sunday is perhaps the most important Sunday of the year. Continue reading “The Meaning of Easter”
It’s official, the world’s water supply is running out. At least that is the grim reality for the people of Cape Town in South Africa. In 2017, South Africa experienced its worse drought since 1904 . Water levels in the dams dropped to a significantly dangerous level. So dangerous in fact that if consumption continues at its current rate, Cape Town will run out of water before May 2018. Continue reading “Why Responsible Tourism is Crucial TODAY”
Is it really stress? Or is it just an emotive reaction to a situation we have found overwhelming? Quite often it is the latter. Continue reading “Managing Stress (aka expectations)”
“I will call my assistant and have her send you the (information) right away.”. This was the end of a conversation which drifted my way across the resort pool. It was the all to familiar sound of a worker contacted while on holiday. Continue reading “Are you really out of office?”
Earlier this month I completed the Lares Trek in Peru. A challenging trek which took me to 4,800 metres above sea level. The Lares Trek is higher than than the famous Inca Trail and more challenging. Continue reading “Strategise your Hike”