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.”

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Parks and Recreation.

Parks and Recreation.

This title was my failedΒ attempt at a clever play on words πŸ˜‚Β (no, I don’t actually watch the show for those of you who got the reference).

I love the outdoors, and I love parks, don’t get me wrong, but it really takes a lot to distinguish one from the other. Kinda like swimming pools, how different can they really be? What could possibly make one more special than the other? Continue reading “Parks and Recreation.”

What to do while in P.E: The Valley Market

What to do while in P.E: The Valley Market

It can be easy to assume that there’s next to nothing to do here in P.E. with it being so quiet and all, especially if you’ve Β lived in a big city. However, you’d be surprised. This is just one of those events that really has you wondering where it is that everyone hides the rest of the year, I always feels as if every single person within the city itself and a 100 mile-radius attends. Continue reading “What to do while in P.E: The Valley Market”

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.”

Seaside city: Port Elizebeth

Seaside city: Port Elizebeth

I’ll admit that it was rather sad writing this post, considering that winter has arrived on this side of the world (RIP being able to wear 3/4 of the clothes in my closet, hello looking death-by-cold-weather in the face on a daily basis). But I had so many pictures lying around that I wanted to put to good use, and it felt good to reminisce on last summer. Continue reading “Seaside city: Port Elizebeth”