Emma Lindstrom

Through gorgeous, ethereal paintings, artist Emma Lindstrm creates a tangible representation of a feeling. To her, this feeling is floating and irrational,

Anyone who's had the pleasure of travelling to South Africa can testify to its unrivaled beauty.Nowhere else will you experience such diversity amongst the people and the landscape. From its mountain tops to it's alluring coastlines every part of this wonderful country is calling you to submerge yourself in this rainbow nation. Find out more in our top 10 list of the most awe-inspiring spots in South Africa.

10 mind-blowing places in South Africa

Anyone who's had the pleasure of travelling to South Africa can testify to its unrivaled beauty.Nowhere else will you experience such diversity amongst the people and the landscape.

The salt water floatation pool at The Twelve Apostles' Spa in CapeTown is the ideal way to recover from jet-lag and lethargy.

The salt water floatation pool at The Twelve Apostles' in is the ideal way to recover from jet-lag and lethargy. Can't make it to CapeTown? Go to At Peace Floatation Spa in Colleyville, TX (DFW area)

Heerengracht/Adderley Street, Cape Town | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Heerengracht/Adderley Street, Cape Town | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

When Table Mountain still had a forest       1968. by Etiennedup, via Flickr

Particularly the Silverstream area used to look like the Knysna forests with massive trees (not Pine), thick green undergrowth and lots of birds.

Adderley Street, Cape Town 1969| Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Taken from the balcony of the O. Bazaars from where I was having a Wimpy at the time.

Cape Town, Still on the Water's Edge  : The War Memorial, Adderley Street 1945 | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Lower Adderley Street the first road to the left is Riebeeck Street and the circle is where the fountain stands today. Warships can be seen in the dock in the first year after the war ended.

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