One of the biggest culture shocks when moving to a new country is adjusting to the food and mourning the loss of all those flavours you left behind. Consider this your essential guide to what we eat in South Africa.
We’ve travelled with our four kids since they were born across Europe, the USA and South Africa. Living in Ireland we’ve been to France, Spain, Portugal (incl. Madeira) and Italy as well as returned to South Africa to visit family. We’ve been on planes, trains, boats and automobiles, we’ve been road-tripping, there isn’t a mode of transport we’re not willing to try! Here I share some of our experiences whether house swapping, camping or self catering.
This week marks the fifteen year anniversary of our arrival in Ireland with our two year old and my 5-month-big bump. In all these years we have been back to visit South Africa about nine times – we returned from our latest trip last week. This is the first trip… Read More »Election Day in South Africa -Looking back after fifteen years in Ireland
It occurred to me in the middle of the night, as these things do, that my mum would have moved house at least seven times with three kids, all eighteeen months apart, under the age of eight. She is a housemoving legend!
A long weekend in Venice – part three If you missed my two previous posts about our long weekend in Venice you can read about them here: Day One is all about arriving, the logistics of getting there as well as half a day of seeing some of the popular… Read More »A long weekend in Venice – part three
Here is my second post in the series on our Long Weekend anniversary getaway to Venice, Italy. Today we visited the islands of Murano, Burano and Torcello.