Townships – a different aspect to South Africa
As the last post in this series, time for a more challenging visit. ‘Township’ refers to a substantial settlement occupied by less well-off African people, reflecting history and enduring poverty of … Continue reading
Shame on you those who expect unpleasant and gory content, for this is about feeding and playtime for the visiting Southern Right Whales. (By the way, apologies for my previous inaccuracy, … Continue reading
South as far as you can go!
After spending a night at Swellendam, (great place, The Old Mill), we were rudely awakened by a car alarm going off at 05.00. Yes, you guessed right, it was the … Continue reading
……..and the carnivorous parrot!
No apologies for extending the comments over a few posts, for it was impossible to do justice to the topics in a single post (I tried!). After all the monkey … Continue reading
A walk on the wild side….
With so much to see and do around Tsitsikamma, some measure of planning is needed. There are numerous wildlife attractions that could appear to be mini-zoos with all the negative … Continue reading
This sleepy little hamlet is dominated by the noise of the constant surf. A shallow shelving beach of rock and sand makes for picturesque rollers. The highly recommended family run … Continue reading
Drakensburg & beyond
After an exchange of emails with the next hotel that worried me we might have booked into Fawlty Towers (SA), it was a case of a long drive or long … Continue reading
Together at last, and time to explore!
Having been apart for 5 weeks, Annemarie at last arrived in Johannesburg On Sunday. She could have come Saturday, but thought better of it when she learned that I was … Continue reading
Springboks and a brush with The Law
For rugby fans everywhere, the name of Ellis Park is synonymous with some of the world’s best teams and matches. Let’s face it, the games do not get any bigger … Continue reading