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We have now had two great successes making Braai-Pies at home. We have filled ours with spinach (homegrown in our veggie garden), feta and bacon.
Address: 37 Buitekant Street
Set in a quiet neighborhood street in Swellendam, Sulina is a private house surrounded by a garden with all things fairy. There is a shop selling all kinds of magical odds-and-ends.(more…)
We popped in at Cederberg Wines after a very wet, very cold hike up to the Maltese Cross. Clearly they mistook us for royalty as we came away laden with wine and more than slightly tipsy after being treated as such.
We were hosted by (more…)
I can find the Southern Cross and that is about it I am afraid. I am very keen to visit the Observatory — the altitude and remoteness of the Cederberg Mountains makes it an ideal location for star-gazing.
Viewing is by appointment only.(more…)
Unfortunately this happened in the build up to IronMan 2014.
I finally (more…)
I did not get to too may SeaDog paddle sessions last season, but hope to pop in for a few this year.
Cost: R150 for 10 races; R20 for one Facebook: ADTSeadog
The weekly paddling race that is NEVER CANCELLED.
Racing starts in October and runs through, every Friday, to December. Each race kicks [...]
This is trail running at its best: great turn out of people at a seamlessly executed organisation on new trail in a spectacularly beautiful mountain reserve. This is Ghaleed of Running the Cape’s second trail offering and has now established himself as an organiser who is doing all the right things. [...]
Here is a comprehensive report courtesy of Rudi Scholtz detailing how things can go wrong on the mountain no matter how prepared you think you are — and how being prepared and following the rules will save your life! In many aspects it is very similar to my own experience on a nearby section of the [...]
Hiking up to the Maltese Cross is possibly the classic central Cederberg hike. The impressive rock outcrop is your reward for walking up the fairly steep kloof. [...]