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Pringle Bay to travel to and stay.

My love affair with Pringle Bay has grown the longer I’ve lived here but I rarely have the opportunity to write about it. If you have the time to pour yourself something delicious to drink or, better yet, put on your bathing suit, please join 

Join us on our trip around The Cape Horn

Grab a copy of SLOW issue 42 next time you’re in the British Airways lounge and join me on our trip around The Cape Horn or click this link to read online: http://bit.ly/2sx8dD8

Having a story to tell helps your commodity become a brand

Having a story to tell helps your commodity become a brand

UK Agriculture and Horticulture Development Board chief strategy officer Tom Hind told the recent Oxford Farming Conference that a growth opportunity exists for British producers who can talk about their food in a way which appeals to consumers. This is equally true for South African growers 

Rebuilt Xigera lodge in Botswana to open October 2020

Rebuilt Xigera lodge in Botswana to open October 2020

Read about Xigera lodge in Botswana, set to open in October 2020 after an impressive rebuild by Red Carnation Hotels. Click here to read my article on TripReporter.co.uk.

Visit Historic Tulbagh

Visit Historic Tulbagh

Tulbagh, near Ceres in the Western Cape, is historic and charming and the hospitality at Cape Dutch Quarters is recommended. Read my feature about it in Explore Magazine, Winter 2020.

Julie

Julie

We welcomed Julie into our home. She was rescued by our friends Angela and Jen in Pringle Bay when KAWS, in Kleinmond, had to close during lockdown. As Angela and Jen already have two large (and fabulous) dogs, they asked if any of their friends 

Dreaming about travels to come

Dreaming about travels to come

Paging through the latest issue of Backpacker Magazine the wanderlust has struck me hard. I need out. Happy to be away from people but I need to be out. Here’s where my head is right now.

Covid-19 take on vintage travel posters

Covid-19 take on vintage travel posters

Saw this article in Travel + Leisure magazine and it brought back wonderful memories of vintage travel posters but with a message we need to hear today. “Stay The F* Home”

Stay at Brenaissance in Stellenbosch’s Devon Valley.

Stay at Brenaissance in Stellenbosch’s Devon Valley.

Stylish yet affordable self-catering options in Devon Valley, just 10-minutes from the centre of Stellenbosch. Read about our visit to Brenaissance here.