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Sara Frost
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A kiwi in London with a passion for travel, adventure, photography and wine. Travel blogger who is always planning the next adventure.
A kiwi in London with a passion for travel, adventure, photography and wine. Travel blogger who is always planning the next adventure.

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Zimbabwe is a country I genuinely never thought I would ever get the opportunity to visit. With a checkered past, terrible leader and no currency it’s not exactly a ‘dream destination’ but I am so glad I went and got to experience this weird but wonderful…

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I have to admit, before going to Swaziland I knew literally nothing about this tiny country situated within the borders of South Africa and Mozambique. The border crossing from South Africa was easy peasy and we arrived at our campsite in Milwane in the…

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Firstly,  before I begin I must point out that I’d been totally spoilt before getting to Kruger National Park in South Africa. I had trekked to see gorillas in Uganda, seen the illusive leopard in the Masai Mara in Kenya, watched lions interacting in both…

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Another month down and so many adventures to be had! The great thing about being on a tour is that you get to see a lot of places in a really short space of time. This month we have been in Brazil and in and out of Chile and Argentina. We have gone from…

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Like lots of places all over the world you sometimes only hear the bad. Rio – you will get robbed, New York  – rude people, London – expensive and Jo’burg – seriously dangerous. But I can confirm that I went to Jo’burg and I actually really liked it. I…

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A grey fin emerging from the distance, piercing eyes and porcelain like sharp teeth are what makes Great White Sharks so menacing so what else is there to do but jump in the water and see them from behind bars whilst they circle the boat. Great White…

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The Kingdom of Lesotho is a teeny tiny little land locked country in Southern Africa that I was lucky enough to visit back in November. This country is surrounded by South Africa and is home to 2 million people. Lesotho was a lot like being back in East…

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I’m a little late posting about our 7th month on the road because I’ve been having so much fun! So here is a belated post about month number 7. New Zealand So month 7 started off in the Hawkes Bay in New Zealand. My sister, her husband, myself and Dan…

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On my recent trip through Africa I was lucky enough to spend just over two weeks in South Africa and for somewhere that I wasn’t particularly looking forward to after such an epic time in Namibia, I left feeling completely different about it and longing…

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View from the top is a series of posts showing you some of the best views from the top that I have had the pleasure of visiting. This weeks ‘View from the top’ comes to you from one of my favourite countries in Africa – Namibia. Namibia had some of the…
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