Bongi Zungu


Bongi Zungu

Travel enthusiasts, South African born. I travel for a living (Flight attended) My motto is "WHEN IN DOUBT TRAVEL"

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Africa » South Africa » Gauteng » Johannesburg April 15th 2020

I don't believe it's been 5 years since I last posted anything. I guess Life got in the way but I promise travelling never stopped. The current Pandemic got me thinking about what freedom really means, Freedom of movement, freedom of choice , freedom to hug , freedom to decide what and where to eat !!! I never knew what it really meant to live in global community, The Covid 19 really proves how much of a community we really are. Yes we might have boarders that divide us , Yes we might need visas to visit each other depending mostly on which passport you hold ?, if you are from Africa like me then you definitely need a looooot of "visas" hahaha enough shade. The lockdown started in China and I remember watching the news ... read more

Africa » South Africa » Mpumalanga » Hazyview November 18th 2014

I recently celebrated my birthday as a world traveller what better way was there than celebrating it at home with my loved ones. So this year I decided to visit Mpumalanga. It is one of the nine provinces in South Africa. Mpumalanga means the place where the sun rises. A province of great natural beauty situated in the high plateau grass of the midveld. The highlights of our trip was the Kruger national park, blyde river canyon and scenic panoramic views. If you pressed for time and working on a budget this is the best place to visit because most of the heritage sights costs as little as R10 local currency which is equivalent to 1usd. Most sights are along the panorama route. These includes God's window, wonder view, Lisbon falls,Berlin falls, Mac Mac falls, Three ... read more
blyde river canyon reserve

Europe » United Kingdom » England October 15th 2014

Finally made it after a 11hrs Flight from South Africa. Hithrow international airport looks rather gloomy because of the weather. Autum in London means rain and thunderstorms which poses a challenge for some of us who are used to warmth and sunshine of the African Skies. Nevertheless London doesn't disappoints come rain or shine there's always activities to keep one warm and fuzzy. The High Street fashion and Steak houses around the Kensington area will definitely do the trick for now cause open bus tours are not so fun in a rainy season. The easiest way to get around London is through an underground tube or buses. Just top up an Oyster card and you good to go to all destinations. It only costs 10 £ and you can always top it up as u go. ... read more
Kensington Hotel
Underground tube
people on the move

Africa » South Africa » Gauteng » Kempton Park October 7th 2014

I should be sleeping by now but I can't , the story of my life. Time zones differences, jet lag, fatigue yeah yeah! however beyond all that there's always a world out there ; ready to be explored. I've had a privilege through South African airways of fulfilling most people's life long dream "Travelling The World" Places I've visited so far are : My Beautiful continent Africa my Africa the land of my Fore fathers. The lovely Europe , breath taking Asia , Fun and lively North America. The rich in culture South America. Even though I've seen so many places, yet there are still a lot of un-ticked countries in my list. I hope to unpack each continent and the highlights of each travel. ... read more
Lincoln memorial Washington DC
Washington Monument
Martin Luther King Jnr memorial

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