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Make your adventures eco-friendly

I guess you could say ecotourism is a fairly new concept. I never really knew about it until I accepted an internship with an environmental company in Cape Town, South Africa. 453 more words


Top Marks to The Body Shop, Eczema and Paying it Forward

The Body Shop are coming top in the social media/customer service experiences of the week. My mum commented on someone’s Tweet how a Body Shop product had worked wonders on my little brother’s eczema and the saw it and sent him this lovely gift of four full sized Body Butters and a card too. 560 more words


After The Passion: Taking Organisations Beyond The Start-Up Phase

Today we learnt valuable lessons from successful founders and leaders who have taken their organisations beyond the start-up phase: Bulelwa Basse (Lyrical Base), Nomvula Dlamini (CDRA), Charles Maisel (Innovation Shack), Lauren O’Donnell (Greenpop) with Moderator Gayle Northrop (UCLA, UCT). Peer-to-peer learning at its best!

Social Upliftment

Planting trees for the ones you love how cool is that?

I’m working on my promised volunteer posts, you know me I have a stack of drafts in the bag at all times… 27 at the moment but a holiday coming up so time to complete lots of them. 1,274 more words


Making Magical Forests!

For the Mother’s day weekend in May, I headed off to the Platbos Forest near Gaansbaai for a weekend of working with children, planting trees, camping and communing with nature during the annual Greenpop Family Fest. 1,618 more words

Fort Building

Surprise Finds: Jeremy Loops and Greenpop

It was on a boring afternoon at work when I stumbled upon an amazing musician from South Africa. He’s name is Jeremy Loops. He was playing a show at World Cafe Live, my favorite music venue in Philadelphia. 245 more words


5 Great Outdoor Activities In Cape Town

Cape Town has a reputation for stunning beaches, awesome hiking trails and some of the best natural beauty in the world. So why not get outside and see what the Mother City has to offer you? 354 more words

Cape Town Event