So you know your Big Five, right? Those land-based beasts who fill your heart with wonder? Now it’s time to meet the Marine Five.
A recently reformed corporate groupie, Scarlet was forced from the American business world and into writing by a stroke of good luck. She can now be found a lion’s throw from the tip of Africa, wine glass in hand listening to local indie folk rock with Simba (her ginger mini-tiger) and planning the next adventure. Read more about my adventures on my blog scarletnguni.com.
Having had to give up wine tasting (in excess), I found myself a new ‘Colombian’ habit at Hermanus’ Nourish Cafe in the form of Las Paletas’ glorious gourmet ice lollies. With flavours like pineapple & chilli; coconut lemonade; strawberry sorbet; watermelon & mint; granadilla gelato and recently released hibiscus – a whole rainbow of frozen bliss… Read more »
Looking for a glorious getaway? Indulge in little piece of Atlantic heaven at De Kelder’s award winning Cliff Lodge in the Overberg.
Looking for an eco getaway that’s as good for the environment as it is for you? Then get off the grid and visit Africa’s southernmost indigenous forest, Platbos, the ancient forest located in Overberg.
This decadent take on an old favourite is fiery and because it’s packed with healthy superfood powders, is also really good for you!
Having survived the festive season and the luxurious bliss of being on holiday, most of us are headed back to work. But since summer’s still in full swing, celebrate the balmy evenings with this boozy little recipe to help rekindle those lazy bygone days beside the sea.
A perfect place to spend a weekend break from Cape Town: the luxury Lagoon Lodge on the Mosaic Private Sanctuary near Stanford in the Overberg.
Looking for an ice cold ‘pick me up’ and a caffeine shot? Try this tiramisu served with a handmade chocolate truffle, it’s guarantees bliss on a teaspoon.
Need more romance in your life? Here’s a weekend getaway where you can dream in a luxury cave and forget the world. You’ll be in the middle of a private game reserve and only 2.5 hours from Cape Town.
I took a crash course in camping on a trip up the West Coast and learned some valuable lessons.