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I woke up this morning, disoriented, not sure if I am dreaming I am ducking bombs at Pearl Harbor, or whether there was some crazed pilot hell-bent on committing suicide by flying into my house! As Kobus had just left … Continue reading
Langebaan is a seaside town, just north of Cape Town, nestled between a hill and a lagoon with water that changes colour from day-to-day. When the mist rolls in through the mouth of the lagoon, creeping over the hills that … Continue reading
I was born and raised in Worcester, in the Western Cape of South Africa. But I spent most school holidays in Namaqualand – my ancestral grounds, where once upon a time my grandfather farmed at the foot of Spektakelberg pass, … Continue reading
One of my previous posts are called “The Oddities of being a Mzungu in Dar” – Mzungu being a white person. Well, for a city girl now living on a farm, everyday life is full of oddities – things that … 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
I had the privilege to be invited with on a business trip this week, and our mode of transport was a lovely 4 seater aeroplane. I have been spoilt in my life, having flown various aircraft (or rather been a … 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
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…