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Killer Bee’s vs Killer Cheese!

I am really a fan of infographics so when I saw this I definitely wanted to share it with you. It’s interesting to note that lawnmowers kill more people than polar bears, scorpions, wolves, mountain lions, black bears, alligators, snakes, scorpions and spiders combined! The infographic was created by Eastern Mountain Sports

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Today I would really like to thank each and every one of you who have read anything on the blog, followed on twitter/facebook & who have commented on something. It is really a great feeling seeing readers enjoy posts and even sharing some of them with your friends. The response so far has been much […]

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Toad in the Village

The Toad restaurant, in Noordhoek, is my favourite restaurant by far! The staff are friendly, the restaurant has good feel about it & the food is always amazing. It is quite a drive out from my house but its one that I make regularly, the drive over Chapman’s peak, walks on long beach and the […]

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Cape Town Bike Festival CANCELLED

Here is the official statement from the CTBF website Cape Town Bike Festival Cancelled – Tickets will be refunded It is with great regret to announce that this year’s Cape Town Bike Festival (CTBF) has been cancelled due to lack of both sponsorship & ticket support for the top level event. Two weeks ago the […]

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Blogs I follow

Today I am going to do something different, there are quite a few blogs I religiously follow and would like to share them with you. They are not necessarily all related to the outdoors, but all of them where at one point an inspiration to getting me started with this blog so I would like […]

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Cape Town Webcams

We have quite a host of Cape Town Webcams which are very useful if you want to check for traffic, queue’s at Table Mountain cable car, weather or even the surf! As I see it you have a choice between the webcams for great coverage of the city & the Beachwatch webcams for webcams […]

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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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Welcome to the Great Adventurer

I would like to officially welcome you to the If you are reading this then you are probably one of the first few readers & I really appreciate the support!!! You can have a look at the about page to read a bit more about me & what to expect. This blog will hopefully […]

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