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African gems

Unique to this continent,

Are places that remain pertinent

Natures gifts to our existence

We go there with little insistence

There’s a list of gems that usually goes by season… 10 more words

Flying to Cape Town after Dom Pedro's

Day Three. Oh. What. A. Night! Oh. No. Is. It. Morning. Already?! Yep, we were on our way again, this time to the beautiful city of Cape Town…So with a slight “babalas” (South African speak for: what the hell was in those cocktails) and lots of excitement we took the train to the airport. 457 more words


Under Pressure Sundays: "The collective making your Sundays cool"

The Cape Town-based collective Under Pressure Sundays are changing Sundays from being burdensome to bearable and cool, by offering us something to look forward to. … 111 more words


Catch Athol Fugard's new play at the Fugard Theatre

Athol Fugard’s latest play, The Painted Rocks at Revolver Creek, is running at the Fugard Theatre in Cape Town until September 24.

Presented by Eric Abraham the play is inspired by the life of a farm worker called Nukain Mabuza, a self-taught artist living in segregated pre-liberation South Africa. 382 more words

Cape-style Prawn Curry

Everyone loves a good curry, especially on those cold Winter days.
Here is my take on prawn curry. I hope you enjoy it and please comment. 279 more words

Southern Africa: Take A Walk On The Wild Side - What To Expect When Visiting

Home to J.R.R.Tolkien, Charlize Theron and Richard E. Grant, who knew South Africa had bred a fair few celebrities? More importantly though, Africa is home to the Big Five – lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo. 508 more words


Floral Eden In Bloom 

Namaqualand in full bloom! Photos by Fred Hoffman – https://wp.me/p2mEg3-dV but hete are some of my own as a teaser. Follow the link as Fred Hoffman’s are much better.