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Mauri and welcome to Kiribati! This week we're back in the South Pacific for one last wrap of the remaining island nations. For those not familiar with this tiny nation, Kiribati is pronounced 'Ki-ri-bass'; going against everything you ha...

Weh gaan ahn and welcome to Belize. Towards the end of last year we took a trip down memory lane and re-visited this special Central American nation. Two years previously we were fortunate enough to celebrate our wedding nuptials in beautiful Ambergr...

Ola and welcome to Angola. Back in December 2017 we cooked some Angolan cuisine while working our way through the alphabet of countries. Seeing as Zambia and Namibia are two of Angola's three neighbours, we thought we'd jump across the border...

Shani and welcome to Zambia. Of the Southern African countries we visited last year, Zambia was the one we spent the least amount of time in. To be fair it was only a morning microlite flight and a Zambezi whitewater trip that got us across the borde...

Continuing the theme of Southern Africa from our travels last year, we head across the border of Zimbabwe to beautiful Botswana. Botswana is renown for their rich range of wildlife, no area more so than the Okavango Delta, a watery Eden.

Our first view flying into Zimbabwe was the plume of mist that hovers over the largest waterfall in the world, Victoria Falls. The falls were a major draw card for us and they certainly didn't disappoint. Despite getting soaking wet in the waterf...

This week we bring you South Africa, famous for its exotic game meat! In fact, South Africans love grilling meat so much that they have their very own national day that celebrates it, 'Braai Day'. The mighty braai takes barbecuing to the next level....

Our latest blog addition has been a long time coming! A few weeks back, we put down the kitchen tools, packed our bags and headed off to Southern Africa. What an adventure it proved to be. On the back of that trip we decided to take a slight detour f...

Talofa and welcome to Tuvalu. Our 7th blogged nation has been a while coming but we’re finally back into it again. If you’ve ever heard of this island nation it may well be because of the predicament it faces with rising sea levels. Tuvalu sits an av...

Welcome to the birthplace of Polynesia and more coconut-flavoured cuisine. One Lonely Planet blurb has this to say about Samoa, ‘it is a humble place, devoid of mega-resorts and flashy attractions, but with welcomes as warm as the islands sun’. For t...

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