Previously KNOT JUST PICS. Same shit, different name.

Domi and Brett met in Cape Town and moved their lives across the country with the two cutest pigs furkids you have ever seen to start out what we think must be one of the most amazing health spots in Durban, Tree (you seriously need to go and eat/drink/yoga there if you haven’t already!). For both of them, Africa and the bush have always held an important part of their hearts, so when they were looking at where to get married, their only option was their home away from home Phinda. Their wedding was arranged around a whole weekend of game drives, bush exploring and picturesque meals with all of the people they love. For two of the most generous and biggest hearted people we have had the honour of meeting, their wedding could not have been more perfectly them. They got married under an ancient tree in a sand forest with all of their people around them, and while I usually can hold myself together at weddings, Brett’s surprise song to Dom had me (and pretty much all the guests) drizzing just a little bit. Honestly, there are not enough adjectives and superlatives to describe both the magic of their wedding weekend, and the amazing love that they have for each other and the intense connection they share. What an incredible wedding to start our 2017 year with!

(Be warned, this is a long post! But there is no other way to tell the whole, beautiful story of a magical wedding weekend!)

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Andy & Szerdi on Instagram

  • Gabby and Lucas' epic London wedding is now up on our Vimeo page!
  • Jane and Ben, the worlds smallest desert and a whole lot of love.
  • Getting ready to marry your person has to be one of the best feelings in the world!
  • Jen, Darren, some cool trees and one awesome winterey sunset.
  • We ended up shooting at sunset yesterday as our shoot was delayed twice, once by 3 rhinos hanging out at our first location, and secondly by a frisky bull elephant at our second location. But we still got some magic golden light, so I guess it's okay ☺️ #onlyinafrica
  • Jen and Darren.
  • Sabine,Marek and their priest who at this stage of the ceremony was telling lots of rude jokes in Greek.
  • Sometimes you have to get all up in people's faces to capture those tender little moments.
  • One from yesterday with Kirsty and James.
  • We explored some cliff tops today with Kirsty and James.
  • Blue light, red dunes and a beautiful love story.
  • It's not every Monday that you get to hang out with some phenomenal humans.... but today was one of those days, and it was so good!

We Choose Adventure on Instagram

  • Room with a view @stayokayutrecht . Epic start to our month long Euro trip 😊
  • Sossusvlei, Namibia. It's so dry your sweat crystallises as it leaves your pores. It is a desert after all. What a beautifully surreal and relentlessly harsh landscape.
  • Exploring the world's smallest desert. The red dunes only span about 200m and are surrounded by lush vegetation and wetlands.
  • Those gigantic eyes 😍
  • Meeting "Ducky" the African wood owl had to be the highlight of our short Botswana adventure.

She was found on the forest floor on one of the small islands in the Okavango Delta. Tiny, vulnerable and featherlessly pink. The guys at @gumacamp took her home to nurture her back to health and, when she was ready, release her back into the wild. But despite all efforts to rehabilitate her back into the forest, she kept coming home to the lodge.

Ducky is now a healthy five year old who loves catching moths and mice. She also enjoys head strokes and chin scratches, but watch out for those talons...😬 Why the name "Ducky" for an owl? Summer gets relentlessly hot in the Delta, so Ducky cools off by swimming in the pond or sitting under the overflow pipe for the rainwater tanks. 
Bless her feathery little heart!❤
  • That beehive-in-your-torso feeling of excitement (or is it anxiety?!) when you walk out over a runway to board a small plane. This is Maun International Airport, and our last few moments on Botswanan soil. Thanks @fly_airlink for helping make our excitement outweigh our anxiety.
  • One last sunset booz crooz on the Delta.
  • Papyrus for days. Just think of all the scrolls the ancient Egyptians could have made.
  • Another sexy Botswana sunset over the Delta
  • Exploring the Okavango Delta on a mokoro. We heard hippo grunting nearby and got the helloutofthere 😳
  • The great thing about a mokoro boat ride is that it's slow and silent, so you can get up close and discover the insane beauty in the details.
  • Trying to stop the African sun from aggressively burning my pastey skin. 
Our @seatosummitgear Drylite travel towels are more than just drying towels. We use them as blankets, yoga mats and, in this case, for shade.

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