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I am from Somerset West and just finished my Postgraduate Diploma in Translation at Stellenbosch University. I love travelling, camping, reading, the Afrikaans language and singing in my car when no one can hear me. My biggest dream is to explore the English countryside and to visit a Scottish castle. And lastly, I have a lot of time for my family, my friends and my cat.
Whether you’re making the big bucks or constantly scraping your cents together at the end of the month, these days we can all do with some entertainment that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg. We know the struggle is real, so TravelGround scoured the Joburg area and jotted down some fun activities you can … Continue reading “20 Joburg Activities For Less Than R100”
Somerset West is probably best known for being home to Vergelegen ─ one of South Africa’s oldest and most renowned wine estates. However, there is so much more to this town. With the towering Hottentots Holland mountain range, excellent views over False Bay in the distance, and the Mother City only a short drive away, … Continue reading “Fun-filled Family Outings in Somerset West”
Spring has officially sprung and what better way to celebrate the beautiful blossoms than with a fun-filled festival! Thanks to a creative collaboration between the garden club and other clever locals, the annual Spring Festival was born to celebrate the joys of spring while showcasing local produce, foods, arts and crafts. Although this is a … Continue reading “Spring Festival 2017: Discover the Magic of Magoebaskloof”
If it’s August already, it means the wildflower season is officially upon us. Around this time of year, the first wild flowers start to show off in the Northern Cape in Namaqualand, then spread southwards through Nieuwoudtville until they reach the West Coast at the end of August. Although this year’s flower season seems to … Continue reading “A Throwback to Last Year’s Wildflower Season”
It’s June, which means winter is officially upon us. I don’t know whether it’s the chilly weather or the drive to work in the dark, but this time of year I tend to long for the holidays of my childhood where we would wake up extra early to be the first ones out of the … Continue reading “The Why and Where of Private Game Reserve Getaways”
There is just something about caves. When I see one in the side of a mountain, I can’t help but wonder what it looks like inside ─ Are there animals residing inside it? Did people ever live there? Are there any traces of their presence? If you are half as interested in caves as I … Continue reading “Explore these lesser known South African caves”