Entries from September 2014

If You’re Ever In Cape Town…

September 28, 2014

…be sure to check out Vovo Telo. With a menu that offers a refreshing spin on some classic dishes, this place is sure to satisfy even the most critical of palettes. You’ll be sure to eat like a pig  royal!

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Blue Caves, Zakynthos

September 21, 2014

Kool-Aid. Blue flavored Kool-Aid to be exact.  I can’t help it. It’s all that comes to mind when I think about the Blue Caves of Zakynthos.  The last time I saw water this color blue, I was 7 years old.  Meticulously mixing 1 part water to 5 parts sugar to 2 parts blue flavored Kool-Aid […]

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The Rustic Rose.

September 14, 2014

Finally, a more suitable setting for these threads! I am completely taken with all things Zante!  The sights and sounds of this ‘Flower of the East’ have seized my senses.  From the mouthwatering aromas that float from local bakeries at dawn to the bluest of blue seas that sparkle from the sun’s kisses, I’m excited […]

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Navagio Beach: Part 1

September 9, 2014

Navagio Beach, aka Shipwreck Beach, is an extremely popular tourist site located on the northwestern coast of Zakythnos, one of the Ionian Islands of Greece.   Named after a shipwreck that occurred in the 1980s, many locals insist that the shipwreck was a carefully planted tourist attraction.  Despite the Ripley’s Believe It or Not factor, […]

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Ke A Leboga…

…Or ‘thank you’ in Tswana! One of the many national languages that I encountered while exploring South Africa.  Can you believe that this one country has 11 national languages? Yes, 11!  Even more amazing, was the fact that almost all of the South Africans I met during my travels spoke at least 3 of the […]

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