Author: Shera

  • Zimbabwe

    Weekend at Victoria Falls… My birthday gift was a trip to Victoria Falls for three days. We left Friday morning and flew into Zimbabwe. We stayed in lovely bush cabins at the beautiful Victoria Falls Safari Lodge. We took a relaxing cruise along the mighty Zambizi River and watched the wildlife as we floated by. […]

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  • Mozambique

    Cruise To  The Portuguese Islands   It was destined to be a 4 day party. 10 Mates plus 5 more friends coincidentally on a bachelors the same weekend. We all boarded the Melody cruise ship at Durban harbour to explore the Portuguese Islands. We lived on an abundance of carbs and ate at least 20 […]

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  • Mauritius

      Paradise In Reach   A spontaneous holiday, we booked on 24/12 and flew out 26/12 to Mauritius for 7 nights. We spent the first 4 nights at Le Recif Attitude (http://recif-hotel-mauritius.com/ ) which is a lovely, newly opened, pristine hotel just below Grand Baie. We spent most our time sleeping, reading, sleeping some more […]

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  • Dallas, Texas

    United states of awesomeness   It took 24 long hours to arrive in Dallas, Texas from South Africa. On arrival I felt accosted by the nuclear power strength air conditioning and relentless work schedule. KFC conference by day, meetings in the evenings followed by work dinners with the global teams and suppliers. Ogilvy sent me […]

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  • New Orleans, Louisiana.



    Lafittes, Tasty Hurricanes, Rap Jazz, American Football & Gumbo.   After attending the KFC global conference in Dallas I took a few day leave to travel to New Orleans to see what all the fuss is about. Greggles a close friend of mine was in Vegas for 2 months. He was playing in the World […]

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  • New York City

    NYC: Taking a little bite out of the big apple. New York, the city that doesn’t sleep. Home to 8 million people. The most cosmopolitan city in the world. 800 Languages spoken. I heard at least 138 of them. A city that operates at only one pace, flat out. If you close your eyes it sounds […]

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  • Reunited with Brazil

    Brazil Reunion, Refreshment, Realisation & Rejuvenation. Kevy Beans Summary: Flew to Brazil for a week to go and visit my friends and family I’d last seen 10 years ago when i spent a year as a Rotary Exchange student in Brazil. It was the most unbelievable and extremely special week filled with floods of memories, […]

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  • Brazilian Carnival

    Carnival & more, Brazilian Style. Brazil is my second home. I love everything about it. The people are passionate and vivacious. They live with a love of life and cherish family. I spent a year in Brazil as a Rotary Exchange student in 2000. I then returned 10 years later to visit my family, friends […]

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  • Botswana Safari Adventure

    10 Of us set off at 4am to Devin & Debbie’s little piece of bush heaven. Dev has a family farm in Botswana, just across the SA border, 600km out of JHB. After a festive trip to the border we got our passports stamped and learned the river was flowing just a little too much. […]

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  • Peru

    Everything it was supposed to be, less & more… Why Peru? Well Spanish speaking Peru is considered by many a guidebook to be the birthplace of ancient empires. It has a population of 30 million people and is considered the ultimate destination for culture seekers, adventurers, eco-tourists and me. No other country in South America […]

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