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Cracking the Multi-Generational Family Holidays Code

Cracking the Multi-Generational Family Holidays Code

In the past, families used to go on holiday with just mum and dad and the kids. But recent reports, including one from industry-leader Travel Pulse show that multi-generational holidays are becoming more common. In fact over the last few years, it has doubled from one...
Holidays where your rand goes further

Holidays where your rand goes further

If you enjoy travelling abroad, you’ll know that the current weak state of the South African rand makes travelling to countries like the UK, USA or Canada extremely expensive. Fortunately, it’s not all bad news. There are countries where the rand exchange rate is a...
Kruger National Park for Kids: A walking safari

Kruger National Park for Kids: A walking safari

The Kruger National Park in north-eastern South Africa is one of Africa’s largest game reserves and the SANParks accommodation in the park is very affordable for visitors, including South Africans who can view hundreds of animals here from the Big Five (lions,...
Add a South African flavour to your expat Christmas

Add a South African flavour to your expat Christmas

Christmas can be a challenging time for South African expats living abroad. If your family and friends are not with you and you haven’t yet had the chance to create your own network, it can be a lonely time as you hanker for that good old South African festive spirit....
What does Thanksgiving mean for expats in the USA

What does Thanksgiving mean for expats in the USA

Expats moving to or living in the USA may be a little confused about the Thanksgiving holiday as it is only celebrated in the US, Canada, some of the Caribbean islands and Liberia. Here is a quick overview of what the holiday is all about and what you can expect on...