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Blog, Wimberley

A Day Trip To Wimberley!


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On May 25, 2015, the town was hit by catastrophic flooding during the 2015 Texas–Oklahoma floods, along the Blanco River which flows through town.

I found a magnificent student town recently called Wimberley outside of San Antonio – what a fantastic place! It reminds me of Grahamstown in South Africa. (more…)

Blog, Daily, Miami

Plan Your Trip To Miami Now!


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Taken at The Ritz South Beach

Greetings! I was browsing some of my photos and I came across these delicious little moments from a trip to Miami! I felt inspired to write about my recommendations, especially seeing as it’s officially Summer here in North America. (more…)

Atlanta, Blog, Daily

Oakland Cemetery Atlanta


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Grave of Margaret Mitchell, author of “Gone With The Wind” at Oakland Cemetery in Atlanta, Georgia

3 Things I love this June

  1. This blog called “I am not a stalker” by a woman who writes about famous film locations such as Marilyn Monroe spots
  2. This instagram feed by a gemstone lover and self-proclaimed “crystal temptress”
  3. The documentary on Netflix called “Diana: In Her Own Words” (watch it, now.)

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Blog, Daily, San Diego

San Diego: An Ocean Lover’s Dream!


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The view from “La Valencia” Room Eleven Seventeen

I previously wrote about San Diego a bunch of times here. Being from Nelson Mandela Bay in South Africa (the east coast), I’m used to the beach. By the way, if you’re new to my blog, I write + take pictures of special moments along my travels. For more on African moments, I highly suggest: Chasing Elephants in Addo Elephant Park.  (more…)

Blog, Boulder, Daily, Denver

Hauntings at Stephen King’s Stanley Hotel


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Haunted events have been recorded at the Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado, since as far back as 1911, when Ms. Elizabeth Wilson, a housekeeper, was electrocuted during a lightening storm

Of all the places I’ve travelled to in Colorado, Estes Park seems the most mysterious. In what seems to be the center of the Rocky Mountain National Park, the hotel was opened in 1909.

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