In celebration of Youth Month, Travelstart has challenged me and now you to get in touch with your inner child by taking part in the Paper Jet Challenge and stand a chance of winning a trip to Zanzibar worth R25 000! We all still have that inner child that simply loves to be fun and crazy, so why not jump on board and bring along some friends to take on the Paper Jet Challenge. It’s simple and easy, and you will be in the running to win the amazing trip to Zanzibar.
Being an adult is hard sometimes. Agree? I sometimes wish to go back and relive some of my favourite childhood memories. But that’s impossible, so I thought I’d share my best memories with you instead.
This will have to be one of everyone’s favourite holidays: Christmas songs playing, presents under the tree, the smell of delicious cooking from the kitchen. It’s just one big celebration. As kids we would all put on a play to celebrate the birth of Christ, and that to me was so special because we would reenact the day Jesus was born. It’s something so magical and touching that I really miss a lot.
Now some of you might think I’m crazy, because who in their right mind loved or even misses school!? I on the other hand had a blast in high school. I made amazing friends, learned a lot and also got to play quite a few of my favourite sports — one being swimming, which I simply love. We would get together after school, and I’d coach a few of my fellow school peeps on how to do some swimming techniques. It was fun and challenging to lead a class. I was also swimming captain for three years, so I can officially say I’m a fish in the water. We don’t get to play as much now that we are adults as time is restricted and bills need to be paid. So that would also have to be one of my fondest memories.
So yes, enough of me and more on how you can enter the Paper Jet Challenge and remind yourself of those days when you used to write letters, fold them into paper jets and throw them across to your friends in class.
A trip for two to Zanzibar worth R25 000 with Travelstart.
Other Prizes that you can qualify for if entering:
– R1 000 flight vouchers from Travelstart.
– Ryze Tello Minidrone courtesy of Action Gear.
How to enter: Click here
- Follow @travelstart.
- Create a paper jet.
- Make a video of you folding and flying your paper jet.
- Share your video on social media and tag Travelstart.
- Challenge three friends to do the same and tag them to enter (tag @travelstart).
- Use the hashtag #BeAKidAgain in all your posts on social media.
- Competition ends 7 July 2018. T&Cs apply.
Terms & Conditions
To enter participants must share their video on social media, tag Travelstart and #BeAKidAgain, and tag three friends to take part in the challenge.
You will need to complete all the above steps in order to qualify.
The competition begins 13 June 2018 and ends 7 July 2018.
The prizes are not transferable and may not be sold for cash or traded.
The prizes are proudly sponsored by Travelstart and Action Gear.
You will need to ensure your Facebook privacy settings are set to public so we can find your video!
More about Zanzibar and why you have to enter:
Zanzibar is a unique paradise. Beyond the dreamy turquoise and raw coconut coastlines and delectable cinnamon-vanilla aromatics, it is a place of dazzling colour, spellbinding culture, and bewitching soul. Zanzibar is an archipelago off the coast of Tanzania and is home to an estimated population of 1.5 million. Attractions include Stone Town, Mnemba Atoll, and Kendwa Beach.
Get ready to lose yourself in the sultry rhythm and shabby decadence of this tropical African paradise with cheap flights to Zanzibar. Zanzibar is home to Abeid Amani Karume International Airport (ZNZ), which is 10-minute drive from the centre of town. The airport serves Kenya Airways, Mango Airlines and Precision Air. Popular domestic flights to Zanzibar depart from Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. Flight duration from Johannesburg to Zanzibar is approximately 3 hours, 35 minutes.
Imagine spending your afternoons basking on velvety beaches, swimming beside dolphins, and witnessing dazzling sunsets settling over glittering dhow-dotted horizons. Zanzibar has all this and more.
From Stone Town, with its Swahili architecture and baraza lined streets, to the Hamamni Persian Baths that whisper of sultans and Omani empires, history and culture effervesce exquisitely in Zanzibar.
Food in Zanzibar is a tantalising fusion of flamboyant and fresh. Browse food markets and duck into restaurants to find traditional dishes such as biryani, octopus curry, mishkaki and urjojo.
So there we go. be sure to follow all the steps and you could be on your way to Zanzibar!
MR LEE FRASER