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Prince Albert: Quaint, quirky and full of (mostly friendly) ghosts

We all know how fond (understatement deluxe) of the Karoo I am, so when my friend Leigh, visiting from the UK, suggested we meet her and her mother in Prince Albert, the answer was a ready yes. As the date … Continue reading

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Monday in McGregor

There’s something deliciously decadent about heading out of the city on a Monday morning, when everybody else is heading to work/school/stuff. One of the joys of funemployment is that I can. While it sometimes means working over weekends, it’s totally … Continue reading

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Public Art Wins on Route 67, Port Elizabeth

Nelson Mandela, our beloved Madiba, spent 67 years dedicated to the freedom of South Africa, 27 of those were spent in jail. The fact that after his release he continued to fight for South Africa is both astounding and wonderful. … Continue reading

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Thali Thali Game Lodge

Heading up the west coast on the R27, the brilliant blue Atlantic glitters to the left, the vast fynbos-filled brush synonymous with this region flies by to the right, and fluffy white clouds play in the clear autumn sky. It’s … Continue reading

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