Tag Archive: Cape Town

September 13, 2018   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Staying at the Lanzerac Hotel & Spa in Stellenbosch

Staying at the Lanzerac Hotel & Spa in Stellenbosch

The Lanzerac farm was established in Stellenbosch in 1692, making it one of the oldest and most historic wine farms in the country. It’s always been known for warm hospitality, excellent wine and beautiful scenery, but in 2017, a fire raged through the property, destroying much of the farm’s iconic hotel. Although tragic, the fire […]

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My Comprehensive Guide to Cape Town for Summer 2018

Not too long ago we were sitting around talking about how it felt like summer would never show it’s sunny face again and the next thing we know its the middle of September and summer is just a few weeks away. With warmer weather and longer days on the horizon, this little city is gearing up for […]

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September 5, 2018   /   by natalie   /   , , , ,

Staying at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

Staying at Sanbona Wildlife Reserve

One of the most common questions I receive from people planning a visit to Cape Town is “can you do a safari near Cape Town or do we need to go to the Kruger?” and until now I haven’t really had a good answer. There are some amazing lodges on the Garden Route and further up […]

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September 2, 2018   /   by natalie   /   , , , , , , ,

Staying at The Orchard Cottages at Boschendal

Staying at The Orchard Cottages at Boschendal

Did you know there are almost 600 wineries in South Africa? I haven’t been to all of them of course, but you can’t say I’m not trying. I absolutely love heading into the winelands and exploring big and small wine farms around the Wester Cape. Although I love finding new farms to love, there are […]

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September 2, 2018   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Staying On Board the Jackie O Yacht in Cape Town

Staying On Board the Jackie O Yacht in Cape Town

Living in Cape Town means having access to hundreds of bucket-list experiences, which people travel far and wide to come see, right on your doorstep. But there are so many of the most exciting highlights that I’ve never even seen myself because well, that’s what locals tend to do. So having visitors come to stay […]

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February 15, 2018   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Cape Town to Coffee Bay: Road Tripping in South Africa

Cape Town to Coffee Bay: Road Tripping in South Africa

With thousands of kilometres of relatively well-maintained roads, beautiful landscapes, diverse scenery and picturesque small towns, road tripping in South Africa is a must-do for visitors and locals. It’s hard to decide which part of South Africa is best for road tripping, and that depends on what experiences and activities you’re after and what kind […]

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January 31, 2018   /   by natalie   /   , ,

5 Places to escape to for a weekend away during the Cape Town drought

5 Places to escape to for a weekend away during the Cape Town drought

Day Zero is rapidly approaching Cape Town and by now, we should all be doing absolutely everything we can to save as much water as possible. The reality of the drought has seriously hit home and it’s safe to say we are all preparing for the day when taps across the city are going to be […]

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December 13, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , ,

#WalkMyCity: Woodstock Street Art

#WalkMyCity: Woodstock Street Art

I always say there’s no better way to explore a city than by foot. Pounding the pavement gives you the opportunity to really feel the city – get in touch with the smells (not always that great tbh), the energy and especially the people. My neighbourhood of Woodstock is one of the brightest and most […]

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My Guide to Having The Best Time in Cape Town This Summer

Summer in Cape Town is pretty dang exceptional. There’s a major buzz in the air, the streets are always milling with tanned locals and visitors from around the world and the extra long days mean more time for activities! Whether it’s your first visit to the Mother City or your annual return to the mountain, […]

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September 11, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

5 Tips for Seeing The West Coast Flowers

5 Tips for Seeing The West Coast Flowers

It’s spring in Cape Town and flower season out on the West Coast. Although 20-year-old me would have thought of this as an absolute non-event, 29-year-old me got off the plane from Joburg and drove straight out to see them. Imagine a carpet of pink, white, orange and yellow as far as the eye can […]

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