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10 Ways to live more sustainably

Have you wondered about the ways to live more sustainably to conserve our resources? A healthy environment is vital to not only our own existence, but survival of all living. Read on to find out how you can make small changes to live more sustainably and limit your carbon footprint/ take climate action and slow down climaten...
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Top 5 Travel Cards: A Traveler’s Guide

A good travel credit card helps you earn free trips, comes to your aid in travel-related emergencies and doesn’t charge you extra fees for using it overseas. If you know what to look for, you can more easily find the travel credit card that best suits your lifestyle. These are the top 5 travel cards...
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The best Travel Insurances and Travel Passes for Europe

Welcome to the best travel insurances and travel passes for europe! On my backpacking trip to Europe in 2017, I needed to prep various things to get my visa and be ready including travel insurance and travel passes etc.! This blog is going to take you through a few options available to those needing to...
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Connecting to Nature in a Pandemic

Welcome to Connecting to Nature in a Pandemic. It has been an infinitely challenging year in more than a few ways. The world has been faced with a haunting coronavirus and many have lost their lives, it has shown us that although we are becoming more and more detached from nature, nature can take control...
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Emergence of wildlife during lockdown

Welcome to the Emergence of wildlife during lockdown. The pandemic has ensured less human interaction and intervention in wildlife. With communities of millions stuck inside during a global pandemic, an absence of human activity has led to an increase in wildlife activity. What some may deem nature ‘reclaiming’ spaces otherwise dictated to tourism destinations. A...
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Spectacular Diving Experiences: The Sardine Run

Sardines migrate from their home off South Africa’s southern coast and travel north-east into the waters of the Wild Coast. An unparalleled concentration of marine predators including seabirds, sharks, game fish and marine mammals follow these shoals on their Sardine Run.
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