Exploring the Moravian Mission Station in Genadendal!

After leaving Greyton we took the 5km road to Genadendal to do some exploring of the Moravian Mission Station. This was the first mission station in South Africa and was started by George Schmidt in 1738. It’s very interesting to note that the first Teachers Training College in South Africa opened its doors in Genadendal […]

Why I Will Never Take a Cruise Again

by Hannah Swanson | Odessey Spring break comes and goes, but the memories last forever. Oh, and do they, Royal Caribbean. For spring break, 34 of my pledge sisters and I embarked on a 4-night cruise that sailed (I use that term lightly because it felt more like riding a roller coaster) to Nassau, Coco […]

The Weirdest Roadside Attraction in Every State (USA)

By Thrillist Travel All you need is a pandemic to make everyone nostalgic for the past. Road trips and RV convoys are just as fashionable on Instagram now as that trip to Bali was a few years back. And while today’s version of road trip may be very different from our parents’ (particularly if it’s a cannabis-friendly one), there’s one […]

Documenting Africa’s ancient baobab trees.

Photographer is Documenting Ancient Baobab Trees Before They All Disappear By Madeleine Muzdakis Trees literally stand the test of time. The oldest tree in the world is a bristlecone pine at 5,062 years old. Climate change, however, is threatening the world’s ancient trees and wreaking devastation among certain populations. California-based photographer Beth Moon has photographed ancient trees around the globe […]

A cyclist is a disaster for the country’s economy . .

What is a brutal truth about life that needs to be said? Bicyclists are evil. General Director of Euro Exim Bank Ltd. got economists thinking when he said: “A cyclist is a disaster for the country’s economy: They don’t buy cars and does not borrow money to buy. They don’t pay for insurance policies. They […]