While visiting South Africa, you can experience wildlife up close and personal at the Moholoholo Rehabilitation Center near Hoedspruit. Educational tours are operated Monday through Saturday at 9:30 am and 3 pm. The cost is R130 ($9 USD) per person for adults … Continue reading Hoedspruit, South Africa – Honey Badger & Friends
Bolivia is a beautiful but very poor and isolated country. With the capital at such a high altitude, it is not uncommon to experience some degree of altitude sickness upon arrival. A bit rough around the edges, Bolivia offers cultural … Continue reading Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia – World’s Biggest Salt Flat
Malaysia is a diverse country that tends to surprise travelers. With two separate islands there is more to this Asian country than meets the eye. Peninsular Malaysia boasts bustling cities, delicious food, and island getaways, with a faster pace of … Continue reading Borneo, Malaysia – The Last Orangutans
The cloud forest of Mindo, Ecuador Continue reading Mindo, Ecuador – The Cloud Forest
Cat cafés have been popular in Asia for years and have recently started popping up around the whole world. Cat cafes are still popular in Asia today but here in Seoul, South Korea a quirky café owner has opened a … Continue reading Seoul, South Korea – Sheep Cafe
Every animal lover has visited their fair share of animal rescues, but I’d bet money that you’ve never been to a Donkey Sanctuary before! First off, make sure you spend a day driving around Aruba’s east coast. Not far from … Continue reading Aruba – Save The Donkeys!
London, England. Home of The Shard, the Houses of Parliament, Big Ben and the iconic London Eye. Needless to say if you’ve visited London using any old guidebook you’ve probably already been wowed by these well-known sights but the chances … Continue reading London – The Hunterian, not your Average Museum