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I am standing on the edge of a 200-foot high sandy cliff of Fort Funston looking down on San Francisco’s southwest coast at low tide. Above me the clear skies, a hang glider and seagulls. Beside me my camera, securely mounted for a time-lapse. Down below Andres with a rake that seem as free as […]

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PE Real City tour - infamous minibus taxis
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Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape of South Africa has experienced a turbulent and complex history ever since the Voortrekkers settled in this part of South Africa in the early 1800s. From the arrival of 4,000 British settlers sent to PE by the Cape Colony government, to the key transit role the city played during […]

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sabi sabi earth lodge
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“Welcome! Just give your car keys to Jabu, he will park the car and take care of your luggage”. These were the first words we heard as we pulled up outside Sabi Sabi Earth Lodge in the renowned Sabi Sands private game reserve. I had to pinch myself! Honestly, I only though this happened to […]

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The reasons for using a bicycle as one’s main form of transport for daily commutes and while seeing a new city are endless: It is definitely easier to finance a new bicycle than a new car; a bicycle has a tiny manufacturing footprint when compared to a car; bicycles produce no meaningful pollution when in […]

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TORRES DEL PAINE NATIONAL PARK Hiking
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There are places that capture your attention the second you lay eyes on them. Torres del Paine National Park in Chilean Patagonia, at the southern tip of South America, is one of those places. But not just for me – in 2013, Torres del Paine (pronounced pie-nee) was voted the 8th Wonder of the World on […]

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