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South Africa Trip Report and Many Pics…

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One of the things I didn’t necessarily want this blog to be was a day by day itinerary of what we did because normally I found the travel blogs I read […]

Jaiselmer – the golden desert city

We officially reached the desert as we entered Jaisalmer or the “golden city” in the far west of Rajasthan. This, other than my Delhi belly episode, ended up being one of my favorite spots on our tour.

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Jaipur – The Pink City

Jaipur, the capital of Rajasthan and the “pink city” (the old city was painted pink, the color of hospitality, in 1876 by Maharaja Ram Singh to welcome the Prince of Wales), proved to be a good stop for the Indian tour.

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Agra and the Taj

The Taj Mahal really is somewhere everyone should have the chance to visit. It’s simply one of the wonders of the world and is exquisite in every way.

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Kruger National Park

Kruger National Park, or KNP, has to be one of the most amazing self-catered self-tours anyone can do with wildlife. While our time in Mkuzi park earlier in the visit was amazing in a different way, KNP is amazing in that anyone can do this with a simple rental car […]

A demanded post – Shark cage diving!

This is especially for my nephews who have wanted to hear and see about our Great White Shark cage diving tour in Gansbaai. I knew I had to do this when we came to S Africa because it was a once in a lifetime opportunity. We’ve all probably seen portions of “shark week” or something […]

Elephant Plains in Sabi Sands

Erinn and were lucky enough to spend one night in a private game reserve called Sabi Sands right outside of Kruger National Park (there actually isn’t a fence between the parks). While the price isn’t cheap the reward was being able to see leopards and a pride of lions feeding on a dead elephant up […]