How It All Began
What originally started as a university assignment during my Journalism studies soon became a way for me to fulfill my own personal aspiration of becoming a travel writer… Today, my travel blog: Tamlyn Amber Wanderlust – Travel Writing and Photography is a selection of personal travel writing experiences and opinions (which are almost entirely my own) that have been carefully and lovingly brought together by yours truly.
In my blog, I also incorporate various photos from my travels, using them in the different reviews and photo essays I compile on local places, festivals, restaurants/cafes and markets in my country, South Africa – with a particular focus on Cape Town.
My goal is simple: to do what I love (travel writing and adventuring), whenever I can – and in so doing, help my readers to discover new and wonderful places, adventures and travel tales. Along the way, I invite local and international travellers and bloggers to share their thoughts with my readers and provide inspired travel tips!
I hope you will enjoy being a part of my journey.
Photo credit: Honeybee Photography
“I don’t think I have ever read such a well-written, comprehensive and professional review of an event. And it is unfortunately, most unusual these days, to host trade and media guests who are as appreciative and complimentary as you.” – Posy Hazell, co-owner of Hazell PR. (August 2015).
“Thank you for the great review. We will def stay in touch. Let me know if you require anything else from our side, and feel free to visit again.“ – Marius Basson, CEO of Manic Global (April 2016).
“Thank you for the very well-written and complimentary review!” – Karen, owner of Beulah Farm Deli (July 2017).
“It is beautifully written and we really appreciate all your praise and appreciation.” – Amalia van Niekerk, owner of Thali Thali Game Lodge. (August 2017).
“Thanks for the brilliant review!” – Thys van Niekerk, owner of Thali Thali Game Lodge. (August 2017).
“Many thanks for the blog and write up – really glad you enjoyed Gecko and hope to see you back there sometime.” – Linton, owner of Gecko Creek Wilderness Lodge (October 2017).
“Thank you for the lovely review, and sharing it with me.” – Marina Vermeulen, Media and Communications Manager at Spier Wine Farm (November 2017).
“Thank you again for the review, it is very well written.” – Jani Branders, Hospitality Manager at Warwick Wine Estate (November 2017).
“Thanks so much for all your kind words.” – Dimo Simatos, resident head chocolatier at Lindt South Africa (November 2017).
“Many thanks for your wonderful email and fantastic review, I am so glad you loved Dunstone. Your review is great… Thank you so much for coming and enjoying.” – Abigail Wallis, owner of Dunstone Country Estate and Winery (December 2017).
“Thanks so much. Lovely review, thanks for visiting.” – Blanche Bosman, Culinary Manager at La Motte Wine Estate. (January 2018).
“Wow, what an amazing review of our special place Tap|Eat, home of The Franschhoek Beer Co. Thank you so much, Tamlyn Amber Wanderlust – Travel Writing and Photography for thinking of us and telling our story and vision.” – Frank Rodriguez, American businessman and partner at The Franschhoek Beer Co. (May 2018).
“Such a great review of our new facilities.” – Penny Streeter, owner of Benguela Cove Lagoon Wine Estate (May 2018).
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- All views and opinions expressed within my blog, Tamlyn Amber Wanderlust, are my own entirely honest, unbiased and independent feelings as a writer and travel blogger.This, however, excludes guest interviews and/or guest posts. Although I will not knowingly publish any content that is derogatory, racist, sexist or intentionally insensitive and do my best to vet everything before publishing – I can assume no responsibility for the comments, opinions or thoughts shared and supplied by my guests or followers.
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- Guest posts and interviews are largely published “as is”, with the exception of accidental spelling errors, basic punctuation and any major/minor grammatical errors, which I fix according to my blog’s in-house style.
- While I endeavour to be as fair, accurate and detailed as possible on Tamlyn Amber Wanderlust, I accept that some inaccuracies, errors and changes in information, contact details and external links may arise before, during or after the publication date.
Photo credit: Honeybee Photography