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Sarah Edwards

When she's not travelling, Sarah loves to spend time eating things, reading things and generally flopping about. She has a dog called Archie who she takes for walks and a house in the middle of England which she shares with Rob in a 70/30 split.

Adventures, Africa, Food & Drink, Namibia 18th June 2018

Stumbling Across Solitaire: Sunsets, Car Wrecks & Apple Pie

While Instagram had handily prepared us for many of the stunning landscapes we saw on our mini Namibian road trip, we weren’t expecting to be so taken by the tiny town of Solitaire. Well. They claim it’s a town, but much like the “village” we drove through that consisted of a windmill, sheep farm and minuscule police HQ, it’s more like a strategically located gas station with some unexpected quirks.

Travel Planning 6th June 2018

How To Travel In Iceland on a Budget: Our Top Tips

Iceland is definitely not one of those countries that springs to mind when thinking about affordable travel destinations. When you’re talking $10 for a beer, costs can soon mount up and before you know it you’ve spent your annual holiday budget on a single trip! However, there are plenty of ways you can travel Iceland on a budget and still have an awesome time.

Adventures, Africa, Botswana 3rd June 2018

Adventures In Botswana: Visiting The Okavango Delta

On our way to the Okavango our guide confessed that his dream would be to end up reincarnated as an elephant in the delta. About 2 minutes after we arrived all 19 of us on our tour were feeling the same way. This place is beautiful! I mean, seriously stunning. If you visit anywhere in Botswana, this has got to be it. Chobe National Park is fantastic and the Kalahari Desert is breathtaking, but visiting the Okavango Delta was on another level entirely.

Adventures, Advice & Tips, Africa, Zimbabwe 27th May 2018

Our Budget Friendly Trip To Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

Whilst Victoria Falls is well known as a destination for more adventurous types, people who blow their travel budget on everything from bungee jumping to white water rafting, we chose to explore on a shoe string. Since we got back from our year long backpacking trip around the globe we don’t necessarily need to stick to a tight budget in the same way that we used to, but hey, old habits die hard and we’re not exactly what you’d call thrill seekers!

Adventures, Africa, Botswana, Itineraries, Namibia 20th May 2018

2 Weeks in Africa: An Itinerary For Zimbabwe, Botswana & Namibia

When you only have 25 days of annual leave for adventures, deciding on where to head for your next trip when you have ambitions of exploring as many countries as possible can be a challenge. Even harder in our experience when you’ve had a full year off to travel as you please and need to get used to using as few week days as possible to travel as much as you can! 

General 24th August 2017

A Little Life Update… & More 2017 Travel Plans

Well hello everyone, I’ve been a bit absent this week so thought I’d write a little catch up post to let you all know what’s new. It’s actually great to be at home and we’ve had a great couple of weeks catching up with friends and getting settled back into normal life again.

Adventures, Itineraries, United Kingdom 7th August 2017

A Spontaneous Afternoon in London

When my Mum mentioned that she was headed to London to get her Russian visa application processed I jumped at the chance to tag along. We’ve only been back a little over a week, but I have to be honest and admit that the post travel blues I was trying so hard to avoid have started to rear their head. The idea of an afternoon in London sounded like the perfect remedy.

Advice & Tips, Asia, India, Itineraries, Travel Planning 4th August 2017

A Monsoon Friendly Two Week North India Itinerary

Having cancelled our trip to Nepal due to concerns about trekking in monsoon season, we did have some worries about visiting India in June / July. I did tons of research and it looked like if we stuck to our planned two week north India itinerary we’d be more or less okay and even if it did rain, it wouldn’t be 24-7. The predictions turned out to be correct and in spite of a few showers we found that our destinations were fairly monsoon proof at this time of year.

Advice & Tips, India, Travel Planning 1st August 2017

Train Travel In India: A Handy Guide

Train travel in India has its ups and downs but generally speaking we were pretty impressed by the efficiency of it all. The trains might not be the most modern and aren’t always the cleanest, but they are the same or better than your average bus in South East Asia and offer a cost effective and pretty quick way of getting round the country.

General, Random 30th July 2017

Home Sweet Home

If you’ve been keeping an eye on our instagram stories you’ll be aware that we’re now back at home after exactly one year and one week spent travelling full time. *Sob*. We’ve moved into my brother’s old bedroom at my mum’s house (my sister has my old room) and have already unpacked, done the washing and even started to recover some of our possessions from storage.