Greyton has certainly embraced the slow life, but there’s still plenty to do in around this sleepy Overberg village. Here’s 27 things to keep you busy while you are there – if you feel the need to be doing something!
I believe that life is about stories. Everybody has one, everyone loves hearing a good one and I love telling them. I also happen to like going on adventures and generally don't have to travel far to find one. So be it a roadtrip with my trusty hound or a visit to a local pub with ghostly legends, I will always find a story to tell.Follow @Rachel_CapeTown
A tried and tested selection of pet-friendly accommodation options in the Western Cape that a happy human and her dog can personally recommend.
The craft gin revolution has now exploded with over 50 distilleries in South Africa. Here are 13 gin-tastic spots in and around Cape Town.
Just the other side of Franschhoek, this charming farming town has a lot to offer visitors. Here are 23 reasons to visit Villiersdorp.
Need a winter warmer? From six-course tasting menus to the more cheap-and-cheerful options, you’re bound to find something to suit your tastes here.
Gordon’s Bay has certainly embraced the slow life, but there’s still plenty to see and do in this small seaside town. Plus the wind doesn’t blow very much in winter, making it an excellent time to go visit!
Winter in Cape Town has its own joys – like warm fireplaces, gluwein and these great winter specials at restaurants.
When times are tight, a visit to the Winelands seems unlikely – but if you’re smart, you can still have a great time for under R100 per person.
You’ve embraced the Banting lifestyle, but still crave pizza? Here are nine spots where you can tuck into a pizza without feeling Tim Noakes glaring at you.
Tapas are becoming an increasing popular form of dining in Cape Town, so we went in search of tapas spots that are authentic, while being wallet-friendly.