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In this blog, I share many of the places we have visited and the stuff we have done in and out of the beautiful, vibrant city of Johannesburg. read more [Hits: 24 - Added: 11-09-16]http://www.ilseinjozi.com
Life with 2 teens in South Africa read more [Hits: 68 - Added: 03-03-12]http://www.chickenruby.com/
From dodging stray bullets in Lagos, to dodging stray cats in Istanbul, we're now getting cosy in Jozi. Far flung travels and further fetched tales... read more [Hits: 26 - Added: 19-03-15]http://www.expatorama.com
A blog about life of an expat family in Johannesburg, South Africa. Travel stories, relocation advice, musings on culture, and entertaining stories... read more [Hits: 224 - Added: 03-08-11]http://joburgexpat.blogspot.com
Just a guy in my 20s, working abroad in South Africa, trying to soak as much of life as possible. I love traveling, eating, and experiencing new... read more [Hits: 43 - Added: 15-10-13]http://johnnyafrica.com
Social Documentary and portrait photography from Southern Africa. read more [Hits: 23 - Added: 15-09-11]http://barkumephotography.wordpr...
it took me a long time to actually start writing. While some of it can be attributed to finding my feet in a new country, settling down and exploring... read more [Hits: 17 - Added: 12-06-14]http://namz610.wordpress.com/
Sometimes I make hit and run documentaries, sometimes I fix Macs, sometimes I write or make films or translate. I have been known to live in a variety... read more [Hits: 22 - Added: 19-02-13]http://rabbitproductions.blogspo...
A European globetrotter currently residing in Joburg, South Africa. Taking in the sights, the smells and the people. A lot of stuff about wine (read:... read more [Hits: 155 - Added: 18-04-09]http://utterlyunpublishedauthor....
I've been 2a's Mother in Law for 6 weeks now, although she's been part of 2's life for a good few years, I'd have to ask them how many, I forget.
When 2a came into our son's life we were living abr... read more
Posted on 16 July 2018 | 7:57 am
Expat Life with Chickenruby
via Instagram https://www.instagram.com/p/BlQCiAnF95Y/-... read more
Posted on 15 July 2018 | 11:48 am
The Kruger National Park is the flagship of the South African parks, and in my opinion, probably the easiest accessed, most budget friendly safari option with the widest variety of wildlife you will f... read more
Posted on 7 July 2018 | 3:07 pm
This blog post was inspired by a reader with a question about his upcoming move to South Africa. He knew Cape Town was more beautiful, he said, but perhaps his chances of finding employment were bette... read more
Posted on 25 June 2018 | 10:02 pm
Here are just a few of the most unusual and memorable signs we’ve encountered in South Africa. In many ways they reflect our experiences here. Always expect the unexpected …an... read more
Posted on 25 May 2018 | 1:11 pm
I ease into the plush theater chair edged in hard plastic and look to my left. A stranger on her phone.
She is mirrored by hundreds of faces behind her, all lit by a dull tech glow. We are at Design ... read more
Posted on 7 March 2017 | 6:40 am
Lauren Barkume Photography
Soweto (an acronym for South Western Townships) is the biggest township of Johannesburg with more than 1.2m inhabitants. It has many suburbs and subcultures and not all areas are easily accessible, pe... read more
Posted on 3 August 2016 | 6:45 pm
25 Weekends in and out of Jozi
So recently, Mia Musings has moved to the UK! Interesting times lie ahead I am sure, but the sunny South African shores are still being sorely missed. For those who know this blog and me, would know t... read more
Posted on 10 June 2016 | 10:11 am
Some people say hurtful things. They might not mean them, but there they are, the insensitive ignorant pieces of shitty thinking, hanging over the discussion, forever marring my dealings with the utte... read more
Posted on 21 May 2014 | 8:28 pm
What will I ever do with my life?
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