In South Africa Human Rights Day is celebrated on the 21st of March. In my country, we do not celebrate the UN Human Rights Day. On Human Rights Day 21 march 1960 protesters who opposed pass laws and apartheid were attacked by the apartheid police. The police opened fire on the protest crowed and killed…
Category: My experiences
The ultimate guide to having a blast at Cologne Carnival
All about Cologne Carnival, tips included.
Things to do for Free in Cape Town
A list of 53 things to do in Cape Town. Have an adventure for free.
How to fix the problem of overtourism
How to fix the problems caused by overtourism
How to dine alone and enjoy yourself
I’m part of the solo female travelers’ network on Facebook. It’s an open and positive online community and most of the posts make me smile. Solo travel isn’t just about happiness though and one of the top complaints which I read about is solo dining. A traveler wrote about how she ended up not eating…
How to wear a drindl
A dirndl is a traditional dress worn in Germany, Austria and South Tyrol. It is reserved for special occasions such as a wedding. It is also most known for being the outfit for women who attend Oktoberfest. Almost every Oktoberfest attendee wears traditional clothes. There are a few guidelines that you need to be aware…
Solo travel: Gender inequality
Unpacking gender violence, victim blaming and female solo travel
Being short has some big advantages when you are travelling
Traveling as a short person and its advantages.
Beauty tips for travel: How to look exquisite whilst exploring
Beauty tips for travel. How to guide on how to look good whilst travelling.
14 Things to do in Arniston
Things to do in Arniston
Tourist Traps to be aware of in Amsterdam
Before you read this do note that these are tourist traps in Amsterdam according to me. If you still want to visit these places don’t be deterred by me. Personal taste is something which is flexible. I do have Dutch friends, I travelled to Amsterdam and I know many people who have plus I did…
The Passion Gap: Why some Capetonians remove their front teeth?
Trigger warning: this article discusses racial identity, slavery, colonization, extraction of teeth and oral sex. Although the descriptions are mostly non-graphic please do not continue reading if you know that you will be offended or uncomfortable. Thank you. In Cape Town, South Africa my hometown there is a trend which even I myself find unusual…