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We are animal mad, and I have a dream of retiring near the sea, with a river flowing close by, next to a hill, with some majestic mountains in the distance, with at least 20 dogs, 20 cats, a milking … Continue reading
Just like Zanzibar, the exotic island off the coast of East Africa, close to Tanzania to be precise, Cape Town was once the stop-off for fresh produce for ships en route to the East, where Europeans sailed to get spices … Continue reading
Living in the Western Cape most of my life, The Vaal River, or for that matter The Orange River or The Great Zambezi River, were mere lines on a World Atlas, except for the once or twice that I have … Continue reading
Those who know me will realise that this post about Cape Town – AGAIN, means that I miss the Mother City like mad. There is an Afrikaans saying : “wat die hart van vol is sal die mond van oorloop”. Loosely translated: that that of which … Continue reading
Canal Walk, Cape Town, is one of the world’s largest shopping centers, and a paradise for locals as well as a must-see for tourists. The shops range from popular line shops like Stuttafords, Edgars, Foschini, Truworths, Cape Union Mart etc … Continue reading
My son is studying Computer Science at the University of Cape Town. As I have never been onto campus other than to fetch him at the information center after an early evening test on occasion, he invited me on an … Continue reading
Originally posted on A Traveler's Photo Journal:
Wake-up call was at 5 am. Even though we are on vacation, that does not mean we can sleep in. There is no late sleeping if you want to see wildlife, active…
From where I am sitting now, I can see the headlights of cars coming down in the dark from Signal Hill, and I visualize what the occupants of the vehicles have just experienced: viewing Cape Town and the most famous … Continue reading
After a seriously acrimonious split between the farmer and both Kobus and I, we packed up once again and left the farm. Thankfully we managed to rent the property in which we lived for the short while before moving to … Continue reading