I haven’t published a blog post in ages and the main reason for that is, I had been battling immigration in Czech Republic from May 2018 until November 2018 and am currently battling with Canadian Immigration because they have refused 3 Visa applications for my legally married husband. I would like to point out thatContinue reading “The Lie Canada Tells Itself (And the World)”
1- When are you moving ‘Home’? The disconnect to ‘home’ is real and is probably the hardest thing to deal with. Guilt trips from family about not being home for such and such a thing can be heartbreaking and the ‘when are you moving back’ questions can be awkward, because how do explain why youContinue reading “Lay Down Your Heart: What I’ve learned as a Serial Expat”
Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe First Impression: So quaint and clean, a perfect little tourist town. Where I stayed: Shoe String Backpackers. Honestly kind of dirty and basic, they charge extra for wifi and the mosquitoes are a nightmare. The food was quite good though, especially the breakfast porridge and the garden area is lined with artisans makingContinue reading “Quick Guide Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe”
Harare, Zimbabwe First Impression: So green, but the city definitely had a depression era vibe, especially surrounding the banks. Otherwise quite orderly and well kept. Where I stayed: It’s a Small World Backpackers Hostel. We stayed in the large dorm. They have a lovely garden area which is perfect for a few Castle lagers andContinue reading “Quick Guide Harare, Zimbabwe”
Find out how to spend a few glorious days in Malawi. Warning this post contains zombies and long walks.
Where 3 ladies try to negotiate bus travel through Zimbabwe, Zambia, and Malawi
Someone: “What are your Travel Plans for Winter Break ?” (2016/17) Me:“I’m going to Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, and Tanzania.” Someone: “Oh wow! So do you take flights between all the countries?” Me: “We have a flight from Harare to Victoria Falls and then Mbeya TZ, to Dar Es Salaam, TZ. The other times we willContinue reading “Always Say Yes to a Springbok!”