Travel Places: Visit Ladismith and my Ouma

Ladismith Western Cape South Africa

Happy Women’s Day to all my South African friends! On this National Women’s Day, celebrated in South Africa toΒ honour those women who participated in the 1956 Women’s March, I would like to dedicate this post to a very special woman in my life, my grandmother. My Ouma Hettie is from Ladismith, Klein Karoo which will […]

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Travel Places: Explore the Klein Karoo

If you are looking for a slightly different travel experience than islands or big cities then the Klein Karoo in South Africa is just for you. South Africa has a range of wonderful travel opportunities like the Kruger National Park and of course the beautiful Cape Town with all its history, but this is not […]

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Travel Places: Kruger National Park

This past weekend we spent two nights in the Kruger National Park, South Africa. For those reading this, and not familiar with the park, the Kruger National Park is one of Africa’s largest game reserves in Africa. Our trip started with a flight from Cape Town Airport to the most beautiful airport I’ve ever set […]

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Travel Places: Coastal town, Vleesbaai

Once a year we are lucky enough to visit the coastal town, Vleesbaai. It’s about a four-hour drive from Cape Town, South Africa which means we usually make a long weekend out of it. The town was first spotted by the well-known European explorer, Bartolomeu Dias, in 1488. However, Vleesbaai, only got its name more […]

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Travel Places: City Hall, Cape Town

Last Friday I attended the Loeries Seminar at Cape Town’s City Hall. This building is by far my favourite piece of history in Cape Town. Having been there on several occasions, mostly to listen to the Cape Town Philharmonic Orchestra and that one time we had a Halloween party there, it never disappoints. Situated in […]

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Travel Places: Babylonstoren

This past weekend we had the pleasure of attending a wedding at the beautiful Babylonstoren, farm. The estate is situated just 60km outside Cape Town, South Africa, making it an easy drive on a Saturday afternoon. It dates back all the way to 1690 and lays between Franschoek and Paarl. This 8-acre working farm in […]

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