Orient Bay Beach is world famous when it comes to nude beaches, and even after the damage of Hurricane Irma, Orient Bay remains the first choice for many visitors to…Read More
First Impressions: Bluffworks Departure Travel JeansLeave a Comment
A couple of years ago, I bought a pair of the Bluffworks Chino, and spent 6+ months wearing the crap out of them. Since then I’ve bought a second pair…Read More
Big Trip 2.0: Travel NumbersLeave a Comment
We finished our second big trip (Big Trip 2.0), so we figured it was about time we shared a few statistics about it! We chose to spend a good chunk…Read More
Self Driving in Namibia: How to Stay Safe, and Avoid Disaster!5 Comments
We spent a month self driving in Namibia in March of 2018. We drove across the border with South Africa in the south, making our way to the coast at Lüderitz, inland through the desert and then back to the coast at Swakopmund. We left Namibia via Etosha, and then the Caprivi region before heading south into Botswana. Self driving in Namibia is not for the faint of heart, but we’ve got a few tips on how to do it as safely and comfortably as possible!
Driving in South Africa: Things to Know Before You Go3 Comments
We spent about three weeks driving in South Africa in February and April (we spent most of March in Namibia and Botswana) of 2018. Starting our Southern Africa road trip in Johannesburg, we drove beside the northern border with Lesotho to Bloemfontein, down south to the coast, along the garden route to Cape Town, north into Namibia, and then finally south from Botswana to Pretoria. Here is what it is like driving in South Africa.
Unintentional Minimalist Travel14 Comments
One stolen backpack, containing every piece of clothing that I wasn’t wearing, left me with almost nothing for the next five months. All that remained? My day pack, and the…Read More