Author: Ankia Wolf

Ankia's heart and home has always been in Cape Town. But that doesn't stop her from daily dreaming of a roadtrip through South Africa, a Euro trip or a leisurely island-hopping holiday. She's a dreamer and adventurer with a great love for travel, languages, writing, DIY, wine, coffee and good food!

Pack Your Bags for a Weekend in Pringle Bay

by Ankia Wolf on 12 April 2018

It’s difficult to imagine that utopian places like Pringle Bay exist so close to a massive, buzzing metropole. This Overberg town truly has everything you could want from a weekend getaway destination ─ a pristine beach, a virtually zero crime status, cosy eateries, curio shops, family-friendly facilities, spectacular surroundings and of course, above all, jaw-dropping … Continue reading “Pack Your Bags for a Weekend in Pringle Bay”

Be a Waterwise Traveller in the Western Cape

by Ankia Wolf on 22 March 2018

The Cape has been called many things: the Mother City, the Cape of Storms and the Cape of Good Hope, but now it is mainly known as the Cape Without Water! After a few particularly dry winters Capetonians have finally been shook as they realise that Day Zero might soon become a reality if they … Continue reading “Be a Waterwise Traveller in the Western Cape”

West Coast Twist: A Weekend at !Khwa ttu

by Ankia Wolf on 7 December 2017

The West Coast may be famous for its long sandy beaches, wild flowers, white-washed cottages and seafood buffets, but just beyond the dunes and off the R27, lies a cultural gem waiting to be discovered. !Khwa ttu San Culture and Education Centre offers a one-of-a-kind experience and TravelGround recently had the opportunity to explore this … Continue reading “West Coast Twist: A Weekend at !Khwa ttu”

Fun Family-Friendly Stops along the Garden Route

by Ankia Wolf on 16 November 2017

The Garden Route is one of the most scenic road-trip routes that winds from Mossel Bay in the Western Cape, all the way to Storms River in the Eastern Cape. Sandwiched between the Outeniqua and Tsitsikamma Mountains, the Knysna Forest and the Indian Ocean, this route offers loads to do for both young and old. … Continue reading “Fun Family-Friendly Stops along the Garden Route”

Beat the Cold Front Blues: Cosy Log Homes in the Western Cape

by Ankia Wolf on 20 July 2017

If you haven’t planned a winter getaway and you’re sick and tired of your freezing cubicle at work, we might be able to help. Just imagine a crackling fireplace, cosy couches, a warm bed and panoramic views, and you’ll already feel the winter chill loosening its grip. Make this image your reality with this hand-picked … Continue reading “Beat the Cold Front Blues: Cosy Log Homes in the Western Cape”

4 Fantastic Foodie Finds in PE

by Ankia Wolf on 11 May 2017

We bet you’ve never pegged Port Elizabeth as a worthwhile foodie destination. Well, then we’re just about ready to change your mind! Even though there are countless experiences to choose from, we’ve picked four of our favourite foodie hotspots in the Friendly City to share with you. Grass Roof Coffee Shop and Farm Stall Grass … Continue reading “4 Fantastic Foodie Finds in PE”

10 Reasons to Travel Locally

by Ankia Wolf on 18 January 2017

We’re not delusional ─ comparing a local road trip to a jam-packed Euro trip, exotic island getaway or boat cruise on the Mediterranean is quite unrealistic, but definitely not because one is less fun than the other! We’re here to prove to you that a proper South African getaway has its own merits and can … Continue reading “10 Reasons to Travel Locally”

5 Reasons to go to Wine on the River

by Ankia Wolf on 2 November 2016

Have you heard? It’s almost time for the annual Wine on the River event in the Robertson Wine Valley! It’s got everything you could possibly want from a wine festival ─ more than 250 wines to taste, gourmet cuisine, family fun, wine paraphernalia, river cruises and most importantly, a touch of class. After experiencing all of it ourselves last year, … Continue reading “5 Reasons to go to Wine on the River”