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Travel Misadventure: Mandlovu and the Thai law authorities

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I quietly lay on the lounger in the patio of the hotel I was staying, soaking in the words of Richard Branson in my own little corner and minding Branson’s business. As mine was unattended, about five members of the Thai police decided to mind my business and came to the patio demanding something.

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Journey of Discovery

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The world is like a book, and those that do not travel only read the first page. A quote by St Augustine that has been echoed time and time again by various travel writers and many who have been stung by the travel bug. Having explored a few countries in Asia, Africa and America its a sentiment I fully agree with. There is so much to see and experience, from- natural beauty, the variation of cultures as well as uncovering how societies were built, which can totally bust some of the myths we may have believed about certain societies or cultures.

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Left Behind on the West Highland Way

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My body has an annoying and inconvenient way of reminding me that I am not limitless. I’m a Mandlovu woman-apparently, it doesn’t care. One of these reminders came three days after my friend, Sarah, and I had started the 7-day, 154.5km West Highland Way hike in the north of Scotland.

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Fun and Frolicking in Victoria Falls

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Nature lovers and adrenalin junkies alike flock the Victoria Falls every year to explore the town and its many offerings. On this occasion, we definitely fell into both camps.

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Slumbering and Partying-Victoria Falls

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When I first started looking at travelling to Victoria Falls I almost scratched it off the itinerary. A simple search for accommodation exposed a range of options that were waaay outside my budget. In discussions with a family member who has travelled extensively in the area, I was pleasantly surprised to hear that the town also offered a variety of backpacker or budget friendly accommodation which was not marketed well online.

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