Patricia Stanwyck Travel Articles

 
The Kingdom of Swaziland – Swaziland
The Kingdom of Swaziland – Swaziland The Kingdom of Swaziland There's something magical about Swaziland – a beautiful and diverse Kingdom that begs to be explored. Ruled over by King Mswati III, this peaceful Kingdom is rapidly becoming a traveller's favourite on the trail through Southern Africa. Swaziland is the smallest country in the southern hemisphere, yet there is a surprisingly […]
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London, England – May 2001
Sponsored bySt. Christophers Inn It's Springtime! The birds are singing, the sun's shining and the rain stops, sometimes even for whole hours at a time. It's a time when us Brits come out of hibernation, abandoning our customary attire of fleece jumpers and woolly hats (and that's just in the house) and head out to […]
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Pretoria, South Africa – August 1999
Pretoria, South Africa – August 1999 South Africa's administrative capital Pretoria, is fast becoming the destination of choice for many travellers scared off by the reports of soaring crime rates in Johannesburg. With a far more relaxed vibe than its big bad neighbour, Pretoria is a city steeped in culture and history (though many would disagree with me) and is often […]
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Cape Town, South Africa – August 1999
Cape Town, South Africa – August 1999 As I sat down to write this article, it occurred to me that it has been a year to the day since I first arrived in Cape Town, for a three day stop over. A year later, I�m still here (although currently on sabbatical up north). So what is it about this town that makes […]
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