A brand new logo
and a new URL:
I have given in to peer pressure
and been convinced that it is time to move.
Not me personally...
After a decade on this platform,
Travel & Things will be moving
to a new 'home'.
I will not close down this site but currently,
all new postings are being published on the new site only.
For several years I have been considering moving to this platform.
And it seems that the time has finally come to move
from Blogspot to an upgraded Blogging platform.
The new site will be more interactive and there will be
competitions and giveaways on a monthly basis.
So don't delay, head to www.travelandthings.co.za TODAY!
Beni Angel and his team
at JHNet, will be overseeing the transfer
as well as the set up of the site for me.
Are looking for an expert team
that delivers what you want, within budget
and more importantly, on time?
Then this is the company you need to partner with.
My sponsors are coming with me...
This has been my constant travel companion
for the past several years.
It might look worn,
but that represents the kilometres/miles
we have shared together.
From Kilimanjaro to the beaches of India.
To coach trips across Europe and Vietnam
and to a variety of game lodges and road trip destinations
in South and Southern Africa.
BEST SUITCASE EVER!
Check out their Facebook page:
This torch has been turning heads!
The Olight SRS2UT Intimidator.
Marketed locally by:
When it is time to print out my special images,
this is the company that I rely on to do that.
When back home, I rely on this ISP
to provide me with high-speed fibre connectivity to
enable me to get my postings published in record time.
This Powerbank is my constant companion
while I am travelling.
It can do up to 4 full re-charges of my phone before
needing to be charged.
ALWAYS choose to be Batman.
My constant travelling companion.
To find out more about the collectable Funko range of figurines,
I could not do without this awesome laptop bag from Solo.
Padded for protection and with enough pockets to keep
almost everything INCLUDING the kitchen sink in,
this is definitely a stylish addition to any business presentation.
Be it in the boardroom or the bush.
This bag can also be worn as a backpack.
There are straps in a hidden compartment that can be deployed
when you need both hands for other purposes.
To find out more about the stylish Solo range,
This locally made product was indispensable when using a long lens.
The ball and socket might look simple...and it is,
which is why it should be in the gear bag of every serious photographer.
This locally made, deceptively simple device is ideal
for tracking birds in flight or animals in motion.
The base can be used on a beanbag or a tripod,
with the ball being fitted to the camera.
The simplicity of the device allows moving from supported
to handheld in a fluid motion.
There is also a version that can be used on a car window.
To see more about the product,
visit their Facebook page:
Or order directly from: