This is the post I searched for and couldn’t find when we were planning to travel from South Africa to the United Kingdom. Here’s information about the actual costs and logistics of our travel from South Africa to the United Kingdom covering our experience of travel documentation requirements, credit card applications, cars, banks, accommodation and phones. All in one place!
Meet Olive, the friendly lady from Windsor who kindly put Kate and some of our shopping on her four-wheel walker and walked us all the way home. We have to pay it forward now. Olive turns 83 in September and she says that she will live to be 100 so that she can ring the neck of whoever she pleases and I hope she does. Continue reading “Pay It Forward”
Has it been two months since we left home? Since we packed up our life, put it into a couple of suitcases and backpacks and decided to become modern-day nomads. Full-time travellers wondering from place to place. It sounds so aimless. So lost. A feeling of panic threatens to rear its ugly head seconds before we look at each other for assurance and confirmation that we made the right choice.
If we put safety first and create awareness we can all do our part to stop human trafficking.
What is my biggest fear? Hands down it’s losing one of our children or being separated from them through some kind of disaster. Read on to find out how to stay safe when travelling with children.
I meant to write every week about our homeschool woe’s, highs and lows but it’s been almost three months since that first post! Honestly, I did not know where to begin to describe the life-changing commitment that home education is. This is our homeschool diary.
Why we regret booking a long-haul 24hr 2 stop trip, flying with a lap toddler and not buying her own seat. Rant alert! Sensitive readers should skip this one but if you’re considering it please read on.