Tag Archive: #meetsouthafrica

January 19, 2018   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

What to Pack for a Road Trip in South Africa

What to Pack for a Road Trip in South Africa

With thousands of kilometres of (relatively) well-maintained roads, beautiful landscapes, diverse scenery and idyllic towns, South Africa is the road tripper’s dream destination. It’s hard to decide which part of South Africa is best for road trips, and that depends on what experiences you’re after and what kind of landscape you love. I love mixing […]

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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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September 8, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , , , ,

Staying at Ekuthuleni Lodge: Family Safari Trip Near Johannesburg

Staying at Ekuthuleni Lodge: Family Safari Trip Near Johannesburg

I love nothing more than a little getaway with my family. And considering the fact that we’re spread across Cape Town, Johannesburg and Melbourne, this doesn’t happen very often. So when we all had the opportunity to spend a couple of days together recently, we wanted to make the most of it. We found the […]

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August 31, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , , ,

The Ultimate Girl’s Trip to Franschhoek

The Ultimate Girl’s Trip to Franschhoek

Getting out of town for a night with a bunch of girl friends and a good few bottles of wine is one of my favourite things to do. Sharing late-night conversations and indulging in life’s sweetest treats with your best girls is just pure magic. For me, a day of wine tasting, chocolate eating, high […]

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August 27, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , , , ,

What to do in Stellenbosch Solo

What to do in Stellenbosch Solo

Having the opportunity to travel solo is one that you should relish, not dread. Travelling by yourself can seem kind of scary or intimidating, but after you’ve survived your first solo trip, you’ll start dreaming about the next one…and the next. My first solo trip was to India in 2013 and I’ve never looked back. […]

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August 21, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , , , ,

Where To Find Canola Fields In Cape Town

Where To Find Canola Fields In Cape Town

It happens every year…the first signs of spring start showing up and I immediately run around celebrating the end of winter. Packing away my warm clothes, shaving my legs and digging out my swimsuits. But the reality is that Cape Town’s winter comes in waves, retreating and coming back a couple more times before summer officially […]

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August 7, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Staying at Jock Safari Lodge in the Kruger

Staying at Jock Safari Lodge in the Kruger

If you're busy planning your first visit to the Kruger National Park, you probably have one request and that request is probably to see lots of animals. While the Kruger is not a zoo and seeing the Big 5 is never guaranteed, it's totally understandable that you'll want to fit as many sightings as possible […]

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August 7, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Staying at Pel’s Post at The Outpost in the Kruger

Staying at Pel’s Post at The Outpost in the Kruger

Way up in the north of South Africa, on the border between South Africa, Zimbabwe and Mozambique, you’ll find a luxurious eco-lodge called Pel’s Post. Situated within The Outpost Lodge’s 26 500 hectares of wild African bush, this Kruger Park property sleeps 8 people in an exclusive-use sanctuary. Overlooking the Levuvhu river, staying at Pel’s […]

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