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Single moms adventure to Hermanus

A few weeks ago I went to Hermanus with a couple of other moms. Before planning the get-away we didn’t know each very well but we had in common that we all have adopted our children and that we’re all single moms. The weekend turned out lovely. We saw whales, had a lot to chat […]

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Our evening a the home of Chef Bruce..

Here’s my photo impression of our evening last Friday. Had such a wonderful time. Don’t feel like writing about it, just let the nice memory linger a bit and watch my photos.. Barefoot Chef Bruce welcomed us into his beach home in Scarborough which is about 40 minutes south of Cape Town. It was warm […]

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Sundeck with view of the waterhole

Kambaku Safari Lodge in Timbavati

We had a fantastic stay at Kambaku. It’s a small lodge with just 8 chalets so away from the crowds and a true African bush experience. There are family chalets for families with small children. We were 8 in total which meant that we had our own private safari vehicle. I could have taken Rosie […]

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Chlling by the pool

Our stay at Old Mac Dadd in Elgin

From the moment I heard of this place, I wanted to take my future daughter here. Last year I joined for an industry day to do a site inspection at Old Mac Daddy in the Elgin Valley. What a fun place! And yesterday, Rosie and I arrived here. Rosie slept like a Rose. They had […]

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Lovely lady at Amazink, GREAT canapes

Amazink, a township celebration of music & food

Last Tuesday I had the pleasure of experiencing Amazink for the first time. Amazink is situated in Khayamandi which is a township area in Stellenbosch, about 1 hour from Cape Town. I heard about it last year when I read that Bertus Basson from ‘Overture’ in Stellenbosch was involved in this fantastic project. For those […]

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Heritage Day in the Company Gardens, Cape Town

Celebrating Heritage Day in Cape Town

24 September is the day where South Africans are encouraged to celebrate their heritage that makes up this diverse ‘Rainbow Nation’ of many different cultures, beliefs, traditions and history. Heritage Day used to be known as ‘Shaka Day’ in commemoration of the ‘Napoleon of Africa’.  But since the new democracy, Heritage Day is more appropriate […]

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Cable Car & Lions Head

E-Tourism Africa Summit in Cape Town

My 10 golden nuggets of the 5th E-tourism  Africa Summit in Cape Town Last week I had the wonderful opportunity to attend the this event for businesses in tourism. It was held in the CTICC here in Cape Town so it was a ‘home run’ for me.  The event was organized by E-Tourism Frontiers in […]

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Tea Wine food pairing

Design and Platteland food all in one place

Another lovely market to explore. Very excited I was when I received the invitation from Five Star PR to come and celebrate 6 months of trading. Time DOES fly when you’re having fun. And I had so much fun the last 6 months that I didn’t even have time to visit this awesome market, until […]

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