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I’m Emma; keen blogger, nature lover and eternal optimistic.
I have enjoyed writing ever since I can remember, from writing short stories during my childhood, to guest blogging with translation agency, Planet Veritas.
The things I write about here are inspired by nature, things I have read or purely from my imagination!
- Gorgeous iris flower with a background of buttercups #365dayswild #springcolours #brightandbeautifulSuch a lovely sight to see - a white rose coming into flower #365dayswild #roses #springtimeA harlequin ladybird soaking up the sunshine #365dayswild #lookcloser #sunnydayBlue lit late night skies #365dayswild #takeamoment #lightereveningsThe smiling face of a daisy in the sunshine! #365dayswild #sunnyday #takeamomentPretty tulip opening up to the sunshine #365dayswild #sunshinemakesushappy #springflowers
Category Archives: Travels in South Africa
“There are times in life too beautiful, too poignant to share, some too painful to recount to others. Yet some memories are sources of peace and you feed on them in those dark nights of the soul when sleep is … Continue reading
The day for the big climb to the top of Table Mountain had arrived. Our taxi took over one hour to arrive and when we finally got inside he had to stop at the petrol station! We made it to … Continue reading
With some of us feeling slightly worse for wear after last night’s endeavours, we headed to the V & A Waterfront to take the boat to Robben Island. The waterfront itself has a great atmosphere, both locals and tourists frequent the … Continue reading
The time had come to explore the city lights of Cape Town. Dressed to the nines and complete with hair and make up (for the girls!) we caught our late taxi to Long Street – the central hub for Cape … Continue reading
Camps Bay at sunset is the most magnificent sight I have ever seen. We waited for our taxi, which was late as always. If you order a taxi in South Africa, it is perfectly normal to wait for anything up … Continue reading
Just a day after our 22 hour bus journey from Pretoria to Cape Town we headed off to the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point to take in the beautiful views of the coastline and the wild ostriches, who … Continue reading