The Cederberg is filled with magnificent getaway spots for every kind of traveller. I have done camping at Beaverlac, glamping at Wolfkop and most recently; a luxurious 2-night stay at The Baths.
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If you’re looking for an easy, peaceful and affordable getaway from the city - Wolfkop is the spot for you. All the tents come pre-packed with everything you need (including some crickets and spiders), all you need to bring is food and clothes. By day you can rent canoes and swim in the river and at night you can rest in absolute bliss, there is no music allowed here and by 22:00 everyone is...
I have been putting this article off for weeks. Partially because I haven’t had the time, but mainly because I didn’t want to look at my New York photos again. I enjoyed my trip so much that my photos make me sad. Yes, I know. That makes no sense.
I decided to title this blog “How To Go To New York” because a lot of you asked me about my flights and accommodation. I also wanted to prove that New York is not as unattainable for South Africans as we may think. If New York is on your bucket list, I really hope this article will help you to get there in 2018!
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A holiday, already? Wow, Anja. It's February. Calm down.
But you guys, March and April are coming. And with all those public holidays - it's basically like a second December. And if you're like me and you had to be online over the Festive Season, now's the time to take a proper break!
J-P and I absolutely love the East Coast, and last year we went to Jeffrey's Bay for Easter and in December we went to Port Elizabeth for a week. I find everything about the trip up charming, from stopping at little farm stalls in Robertson to finding a Wimpy in the most obscure little towns. (I love Wimpy. Don't judge me.)
But what I love the most, is the Garden...
Last month I wrote about places to stay when visiting Mauritius. Now I'd like to introduce you to some of the attractions in Mauritius.
When you think about Mauritius, palm trees and holiday resorts come to mind. But there's so much more to the island! I was fortunate enough to be shown what goes on outside the gates of the resorts, and I was enamoured by the spirit of this beautiful island.
Stop by the Chameral Waterfall on your way to the Seven Coloured Earth and The Curious Corner. It's quick, but so worth it - the view is spectacular.
With Phila Tyekana from True Love Magazine and Allison Foat from Cape Town Diva.
The Curious Corner of Chamarel
Last year I went to De Hoop Nature Reserve for their annual Wine, Wales and Music Festival. I was only there for a few hours, but it was enough for me to vow to go back as soon as possible.
Exactly one year later I got the opportunity to visit De Hoop again for my blog, and it happened on a weekend with two memorable dates: Heritage Day, and our one year anniversary! So exciting!
J-P and I are celebrating our one year anniversary at @dehoopreserve this weekend. Here's to spending many more years together and watching that patch of grey beard grow. #NoAnjaWhyDidYouTalkAboutMyGreyHair A photo posted by Anja Wintour (@anjawintour) on Sep 24, 2016 at 5:31am PDT...