Archive | November, 2011

Wavescape Film Festival

It’s almost that time of the year again when we get to watch Wavescapes selection of films in some of the most awesome spots around Cape Town. The Wavescape Film Festival is going to be showing 23 different films over the duration of the festival & there is a selection to suit everyone. The film […]

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Boating in Cape Town

Cape Town has an abundance of unique animals and birdlife in the sea and you are usually guaranteed of spotting a few of these at any given time. The best of these are: seals, penguins, dolphins and whales. Boating in Cape Town is a really rewarding experience and is great fun. When thinking of boating […]

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Finding fossilised Shark Teeth

One my favourite pass times is looking for fossilised shark teeth on the beach, for someone who has never heard of this it might sound rather strange but you can find them in relative abundance on various beaches around Cape Town. The two main spots are Milnerton lagoon mouth & Big Bay but you could […]

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Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts 2011/12

Every year when November arrives there is always a buzz around the Kirstenbosch Summer Concerts, it consists of many of SA’s top performances in one of the most beautiful concert settings I have ever been to. You can bring your own blankets and food to enjoy while relaxing on the grass listening to some good […]

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5 Things to do when the South Easter is howling

In Cape Town for half of the year we have to contend with howling South Easter’s & for most the most part this keeps people inside and away from enjoying the great sunny weather that usually accompanies the SE. I will show you 5 awesome things to do that will make you froth at the […]

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Two Passions PhotoWalk at Kalk Bay Harbour

This weekend there is going to be a photowalk hosted by Stephen from StephenC Photography which is open to photographers of all levels. It’s a great way of snapping pics and learning from each other at the same time. A photowalk basically consists of a group of people of all levels of experience snapping pics […]

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Africa Project Surf Film Premier

Tomorrow evening the Africa Project surf film will release their premier at Trinity (15 Bennett Street) in Green Point, Cape Town. If you don’t know what I’m talking about then have a look at this video: There is no entrance fee and pre-drinks will start from 18:30, the film will start at 20:00 and there […]

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Camping on a budget

I used to be under the impression that going camping was an expensive ordeal but after a few trips and the cutting down of unnecessary costs I can safely say it can be cheaper then a night out on the town! Here are a few tips I’ve learned: 1.) Camp with friends– Petrol and campsite […]

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Interview with Jan Braai

When writing the first Braai post there was nothing that I wanted to do more than ask the man Jan Braai himself a few questions/tips & share it with you. Jan Braai is the the creator of Braai 4 Heritage initiative which is backed by the Archbishop Desmond Tutu & supported by a large number […]

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The Pipe Track

Duration: 3 Hours for the full route The Pipe Track is one of the most popular walks in Cape Town for so many reasons, mainly because of the brilliant views of the Atlantic seaboard & the fact that it doesn’t involve much climbing. To get there you need to drive up Kloof Nek and take […]

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