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Southern Africa: Part 1

Southern Africa: Part 1 Words can not describe how amazing our MONTH long holiday through Southern Africa was! Half a year of planning, saving and re-planning all paid off when we got in our beloved Dodge and did not look back. It was a holiday packed full of... read more

Gauteng Lion Park

As we neared the Lion Park my excitement grew to boiling point. No matter how long you spend in the presence of these magnificent mammals, it is never long enough. My anticipation was building by the second! We rolled through the gates on a miserable rainy afternoon.... read more

Sleeping Amongst Lions

“Sleeping Amongst Lions” Savuti, Chobe National Park, Botswana If ever there appeared to be a road that never ended it was this one. The word road being used lightly of course. All that lay before us was disappearing 4×4 tyre tracks across river sand,... read more

Europe’s Best Hostel Chains

Backpacking Europe is a right of passage amongst us Gen Y’s. Graduating high school with the world quite literally as our oyster, we often tend to throw in the uni towel (at least temporarily) to instead book ourselves on a one way flight to Europe. How can you... read more

Kasane Travel Guide

Located in Northern Botswana, bordering Zambia, Zimbabwe and Namibia, is where you will find Kasane. Situated inside Chobe National Park, endless wildlife experiences are guaranteed. With the added benefit of being located alongside the Chobe River, Kasane is the... read more

7 STEPS TO PLAN YOUR NEXT ADVENTURE

 If there are any guilty pleasures I will happily admit, it is planning holidays. Holidays I will go on in the immediate future, some I may never. After all, holidaying is half the fun. That said, I like to say I have a sound knowledge of planning ultimate adventures.... read more

A GUIDE TO CHOBE NATIONAL PARK

Chobe National Park is Botswana’s first national park. Located in Northern Botswana, it stretches an incredible 154,000 hectares, making it the third largest in the country. Boasting an Elephant population in excess of 120,000 and home to four of the five big five,... read more

Caracal Biodiversity Center

Caracal is a non-profit rehabilitation center and haven for injured or sick wildlife. Home to some of Africa’s small, rare and endangered species, they rescue sick, injured and illegally smuggled creatures. Where possible Caracal aims to release rehabilitated... read more

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I am an Aussie turned Motswana expat named Grace. I am living out my Peter Pan fantasies by travelling the world one country at a time. Welcome to my space where I aim to share my passion, love and never ending wanderlust with you here on Australian Abroad.

“Not all those who wander are lost” – J.R.R Tolkein

 

UPCOMING TRIPS


MAY & JUNE 2016

SOUTH AFRICA
SWAZILAND
LESOTHO
NAMIBIA

WHERE I’VE BEEN


America
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Botswana
Bulgaria
Canada
Czech Republic
Denmark
Egypt
England
Fiji
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Monaco
Namibia
Netherlands
New Zealand
Northern Ireland
Norway
Poland
Portugal
Scotland
Serbia
Slovakia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Thailand
Turkey
Vatican City
Wales
Zambia
Zimbabwe

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