I knew close to nil about this city, let alone having stepped foot here, and yet, in typical Caitlin-fashion I decided to move to Edinburgh of the South. It's been one year since I relocated to this city on quite the whim, and after a hard start I have begun to call Dunedin home. I wanted … Continue reading Doting on Dunedin
Apparently spontaneity is the spice of life. If that is indeed the case, I surely have a life significantly lacking spice. I like everything categorised, organised and neatly listed, especially when it comes to travelling - all the t's must be crossed and the i's dotted, and god forbid if I am at the airport … Continue reading Spontaneity is the spice of life
It's like myself and the remainder of The Travelling Cheetah family have simply vanished off the face of the earth - we are still alive and kicking. I am aware it has been over a year since this website, or any of my social media accounts have been updated, and I wanted to apologise to not … Continue reading One by one the penguins stole my sanity
If you’re looking for relaxation, culture, history and an absolute geothermal wonderland, I have found the experience for you! Tinggly Experience Gifts has teamed up with Hell’s Gate in Rotorua to create a full day pass to what has been dubbed the “beast of New Zealand geothermal attractions.” As I swing open the bus door, the … Continue reading Visiting the Gates of Hell
Early Saturday morning I was scrolling through South African newspapers keeping up to date with the news of a country I adore so much, when I stumbled upon a piece that caught me sobbing uncontrollably. The SAPeople article titled Stoop: Should Rhino Horn have been Auctioned in Australia? begs the question whether a controversial commodity … Continue reading Should Rhino Horn be auctioned in Australia?
“Take the shark before it takes the human being.” This is the mentality of Australian Governments. Some polls suggest up to 80% of the Australian public disagrees with this policy, yet shark culling is still occurring and in astonishing numbers. Mass hysteria resonates throughout the country when yet another human is attacked by a shark. … Continue reading Great Whites Have Rights
This is an open letter to all those kind enough to help me during my times in need. Solo travel is great until something goes wrong and you’re all alone in attempting to get out of the mess you’ve found yourself in. Most of the time the something that goes wrong is a minor matter … Continue reading Open letter to the kindest of strangers