Hidden Gems: Colleen Glen.

Hidden Gems: Colleen Glen.

Colleen Glen is without a doubt one of the most picturesque areas in all of Port Elizabeth. With it’s lush green landscapes that stretch out as far as the eye can see, it’s easy to see why it’s residents choose to call this hidden gem home. (Who wants to offer up one of their properties? I’d be love to move in 😂 Or convert it into a farm-style coffee shop/bookstore) Continue reading “Hidden Gems: Colleen Glen.”

Schoenmakerskop.

Schoenmakerskop.

Hellooooo there beautiful people! 🌻

First and foremost, I’d like to say sorry for what has been the longest hiatus ever! When I first started blogging, I promised myself that I’d never ever become those bloggers who’d abandon their sites with zero explanation, yet here I am, lol. I guess life happens, and a whole lot has happened during the past couple of months. Continue reading “Schoenmakerskop.”

Mombasa.

Mombasa.

 

If Kenya isn’t on your bucket list of places to visit then you are doing yourself a great disservice (not to mention missing out!). Kenya has so much to offer, and I doubt a single blog post would ever be able to encompass it all, but, let’s go post by post shall we? For all of my fellow Kenyans, I know that I’m preaching to the choir here, but I guess this is directed mostly to the unknowing, and the curious travellers. Continue reading “Mombasa.”

University.

University.

University. That’s a big word which weighs heavy on you when you’re a student, especially a high schooler not knowing what the next step to take is (should I take a gap year? What should I study? Where should I study? Should I even go to uni at all?) My heart hurts when I see how anxiety ridden decisions surrounding university makes people. If that’s you right now, shake off those worries (easier said than done). I’ll never understand why we’re forced to make such important decisions, decisions that will affect the rest of our lives, at such a young age. I mean, helloooo I’m still the type of person who’ll look to my parents expectantly when the doctor asks why I’m there. It gives me comfort however, to remember that life has a funny way of working itself out. Continue reading “University.”