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Posted on: Thursday, 3 December 2009

Most popular articles published in November

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It’s the beginning of December and for anyone who missed these articles, here is a list of the most popular articles posted in November 2009. These were the 10 most popular (excluding competitions, special offers and events) …

  1. Things to do with kids during the school holidays – It’s that time again … school holidays … which means it’s time to spend some quality time with your children, nieces, nephews, god-children or any other little ones in your life. But the big question that might be playing on your mind is what are we going to do …
  2. Pinocchio Pantomime in Johannesburg from 4 November – We have all heard of the story of the little wooden boy who was carved from a piece of pine by the woodcarver Geppetto and who was created as a puppet but dreamt of becoming a “real boy” named Pinocchio. This fictional character has been …
  3. Let’s go camping – the best campsites on the KwaZulu-Natal South Coast – The KwaZulu-Natal coastline is the most obvious choice when it comes to endless summer and warm waters. Along this strip of coastline between Port Edward and Durban is an uninterrupted playground of golden beaches, rocky coves, lagoon mouths, grassy slopes and, of course, the warm Indian Ocean that invites hours of water play …
  4. Cape Town a World Top 10 Party City – Lonely Planet has created a new guide, the “1000 Ultimate Experiences” and South Africa can feel proud as Cape Town has been awarded a place of honour in the world’s top 10 party cities. Other countries in the top 10 are Buenos Aires, Argentina, Dubai, United Arab Emirates, Montreal, Canada and Thessaloniki, Greece …
  5. The Table Mountain Pipe Track – Summertime is a great opportunity to experience the Cape Town surrounds by getting out onto one of the many hiking trails on offer. If you like walking but are not up for a big hike, the Pipe Track is a nice flat walk perfect for afternoon and early evening excursions. The walk …
  6. The Parlotones performing in Cape Town and Jozi – The Parlotones will be performing in Cape Town on Friday 13th and Johannesburg on Saturday 14th November – Who are Kahn Morbee, Glenn Hodgson, Paul Hodgson and Neil Pauw, some of you might recognise the names, some of you may even know that these guys make up one of South Africa’s biggest selling rock bands and others might know them better as the Parlotones …
  7. V&A Waterfront World Cup Draw Events – Predicted to attract thousands of Cape Town football fanatics, celebrity watchers and the world’s media, the V&A Waterfront, in partnership with official FIFA World Cup sponsors – MTN, Coca, Adidas and Sony – today revealed its line-up of exclusive events taking place in and around the V&A Waterfront from December 1st to 6th, 2009 …
  8. Mpila Camp, Hluhluwe Imfolozi Game Reserve – KwaZulu Natal is a wonderful destination to visit during winter, since its mild temperatures allow you to escape the chill of other parts of the country.  As part of our travels, we chose a visit to the Hluhluwe-Imfolozi Game Reserve, which was established in …
  9. The grand opening of the Cape Quarter’s Square – This is one of Cape Town’s best kept secrets because it has something for everyone, health, beauty, fashion, lifestyle and food all in one unique venue with typical Cape Malay architecture. This is a place that epitomises cool and if you want to be with the who’s who then you should make your way to the Cape Quarter …
  10. Whats up at The Grand Daddy? – Is it too early in the week to be thinking about the weekend? We think not! So let’s get up to date with the next two weeks of funky, fun events that are happening at The Grand Daddy Hotel. In case you are unfamiliar with this hotel, The Grand Daddy is one of the places to be in Cape Town …

Our current competitions have proved to be very popular. You still have 10 days to enter the competition to win a weekend stay at Tladi Lodge in Sandton for 4 couples … Enter Here

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