Meet the South African couple who quit their jobs to travel the world

Meet the South African couple who quit their jobs to travel the world

- A young South African couple have packed their bags and traveled the world

- They decided to seek an adventure and left everything behind in their hometown of Durban

- They share beautiful photos of their journey on social media

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A Durban couple quit their jobs and left the country in chase of an adventure. According to the spontaneous pair, they wanted to discover what it meant to fall in love with life.

With very little money, and no promise of success Candy and Jonty King took the risk. The married couple travel the world in search of their next thrill.

According to their Facebook page, they are currently based in Laos where they both teach, write, capture their surroundings. They also look for business ventures to sustain themselves and of course focus on each other.

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They created the Facebook to share their interesting story and adventures. They also have an Instagram page which they use to share beautiful snaps of their journey.

Briefly.co.za previously reported that a couple's engagement video went viral on social media but what was supposed to be a magical moment became the subject of scrutiny. Many social media users were critical about how the proposal was done. Twitter user VanBanter took to social media to share his happy moment in a video that now has over 1.7 million views.

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Unfortunately, the reaction was not what he anticipated. Social media users picked at everything from his girlfriend's eyelashes to the fact that he recorded the whole incident instead of opening the box for her.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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