All posts by Eva Melusine Thieme
Paris with kids, or shabby-chic on Montmartre with a sprinkling of pigeon poop
I fondly recall our apartment in Paris’ 18th Arrondissement the summer I took the kids on a frenzied...
Mosetlha Bush Camp: Simple elegance on an African safari (Or: Lions, leopards, and a donkey boiler)
Three hours in an open Land Rover bumping along dusty lanes while tracking lion and buffalo have left...
Living in the world’s most dangerous city
If you’ve lived in Johannesburg you won’t leave with the crime rate on your mind. You’re more likely...
The streets of Cairo
In our minds, Cairo was the most exotic of destinations.
Slackpacking in the wilderness
“Come slackpacking with us,” our South African friends said to us last month when talking us into a...
Pole Pole: Scaling Africa’s highest summit
I’m not sure exactly what possessed me to join the ranks of some 35,000 people who annually attempt...