Africa

A life on the road isn’t all beach bars and hammocks. We’ve had some really trying times in our (almost) 5 years of travel and if you’ve been on a long trip before, you know that getting sick is all part of the fun. We absolutely hate being sick, but when you’re travelling in developing…

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It was mid-March 2011, and it was already hot at 9 am at the Casablanca Airport. We had been in Morocco for 3 weeks and were more than ready to head to our next country, Egypt. We were prepared and had everything in order for our flight. We were at the airport early, probably earlier…

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The North African country of Morocco is known for its fascinating blend of cultures, languages and cuisines. The people of this ancient land are predominantly Arab and indigenous Berber, however, African and European influences can also be found here. Arabic and Berber dialects are the official languages of Morocco, however, this country was once occupied by…

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In 2011, we travelled across South Africa in our tiny Chevy Spark. The trip was a blast, but what really made it amazing was the freedom we had to make many stops along the way. The Garden Route, which extends from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape to the Storms River near the Eastern Cape, was one of our favourite stretches…

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Morocco is a beautiful and extremely photogenic country. Bustling markets, ancient medinas and incredible landscapes all lend themselves to amazing photographic opportunities. But before your snap-happy self steps off the plane in any exotic locale, it’s important to consider the finer points of the place, culture, landscape, and people that will hopefully be revealed to…

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