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South Africa in 9 days? Here are the ‘must see’ spots
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South Africa in 9 days? Here are the ‘must see’ spots

You've hit the shores of our rugged, gorgeous, riddled with contradictions, big on diversity South African land, and have but 9 days in which to say you've done it all? A tall order at the best of times, but not impossible.South Africa is huge by anyone's ...
Sipping organic wine at Waverley Hills
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Sipping organic wine at Waverley Hills

Lying at the foot of the Witzenberg Mountains on the R46 between Tulbagh and Ceres, Waverley Hills produces organic wines that are definitely worth sampling. The Du Toit family entered the rather tough organic market in 2000 when they planted 21 hectares of vi...
Franschhoek Reviewed – Heads we take the N1, Tails the N2
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Franschhoek Reviewed – Heads we take the N1, Tails the N2

One sunny morning, two national highways that lead you to Franschhoek and three reasons to visit; in order of appearance scenery, wine and food. Be warned though what starts as a happy breakfast will evolve into an even happier lunch and a borderline ecstatic ...
The French Charm of Franschhoek
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The French Charm of Franschhoek

Meaning French Corner, Franschhoek, was first colonized by the French Huguenots in 1692. One of the most famous attractions in the town remains the Huguenot Memorial, with its distinctive three arches, representing the Holy Trinity and the woman, holding a bib...
The Dreamcatcher in Tulbagh – a wonderful retreat from the city
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The Dreamcatcher in Tulbagh – a wonderful retreat from the city

The Dreamcatcher in Tulbagh is ideal if you are looking for very private Bed & Breakfast or Self Catering accommodation in the Cape, about an hour and a half drive out of Cape Town, The Dreamcatcher is a wonderful retreat. You will enjoy an extremely tranq...