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”
Something happens in our forties. We suddenly realise that we have not paid attention to our own needs or what makes us happy. Society says we have to stick to the routine we had through life. School. University. Job. Family. This is the way we have been conditioned . Anyone going outside of this norm is frowned upon. Continue reading “The Awakening”
The best thing about blogging is the ability to adapt and grow as a writer. From next week I will be incorporating more lifestyle, wellness and even business leadership posts on this blog. But don’t despair! I will still be writing about travel as it is still a strong passion of mine. Continue reading “New Directions”
The narrow twists and turns of Mykonos’ streets were designed in a way to confuse the pirates who roamed the high seas of the Mediterranean centuries ago. Continue reading “Pirates of Mykonos”
I will always love this photo I took of the Pantheon in central Rome. During the day the piazza is hot and crowded. But when the sun goes down the city vibe makes Rome even more magical. Continue reading “Photo of the Month: Illuminations”
I came across an article recently on Facebook about travel being a real addiction. A doctor was quoted in the piece confirming just that. But I have to disagree with that diagnosis. Because for me, travel is a lifestyle choice. Continue reading “Travel: Addiction or Lifestyle?”
I loved the message on this staircase as soon as I saw it. A perfect photo opportunity as I turned the corner on a narrow, winding cobble stoned street of Chora, Mykonos . It is a subtle, yet inspiring message that rings true. Success comes in many forms and holds different meaning to each individual, whether it be personal, career or family. There is no easy path to achieve your goals. A lot of hard work, perseverance and a belief in your own abilities are critical to achieving your goals.