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added on 09/29/2014
We are your typical next-door-married-Singaporean-couple currently living in Marrakech, Morocco, with the interest in writing about beauty, fashion, lifestyle and travel.
added on 07/20/2014
by: iwinter
Hello, and welcome to my blog! Here, I am detailing the life and times of a uni student living in Rabat and Ifrane, Morocco. Please join me on this adventure through the land of tajine, djellabas and feral cats.
added on 05/11/2014
I?m Kelly and I moved to Johannesburg, South Africa at the end of October 2013 with my life partner Yannick. I am American however before moving to South Africa I had been living and working in France (Paris and Nice) since the year 2000. Yannick (he?s French) had been traveling to Cape Town for his job since 2010 and consequently we had been able to take several holidays to South Africa and soon discovered this was a place we would like to call home someday. When I was offered a job for the company I had been consulting for back in Nice to move to Joburg (we had never even visited the city before) we jumped on the opportunity and haven?t looked back since. I started this blog to share our adventures as we discover our new city, country and continent. Our passions include travel (especially camping and 4x4ing), photography, the great outdoors for activities such as safari and hiking as well as partaking in devouring good food (I?m a vegetarian and Yannick is very much a carnivore) and wine. We are living our new life to the max here in South Africa and I hope you enjoy a peek into the place we now call home.
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