Babylonstoren hotel - Cape Winelands luxury boutique hotel
In the Cape Winelands, near Franschhoek, Babylonstoren is a stylish, luxurious farm hotel & wine estate with the famous Babel Restaurant, a spa and pretty rooms.
A road trip to the winelands: exploring Franschhoek
From wine farms, gourmet food and charm to French history, this small town a short drive from Cape Town is a great choice for a weekend roadtrip.
Starry Road New Studio - Making Slow Progress
Remember this? The area of the farm known as the "old sheep barn" where we are currently building the studio. Some of you may remember that Don and I started building a new studio for Starry Road Studio this past summer. It has been a long and very hard winter, which has caused a series of significant delays. At one point a few weeks ago, the pipes froze at our cabin forcing me to relocate to Rochester NY (about 2 hours east), where my husband rents part of a house with a housemate (he works…
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Toring Kerk, Paarl, South Africa
The Toring Kerk (Literaly Tower Church) serves the Nederduits Gereformeerde (NG) congregation in Paarl, South Africa. Visible from all over Paarl, the church is to be found on Main Road cnr van der Lingen Street.
Wine tasting in the Cape Winelands
A creative Travel Blog offering travel advice and exciting ideas on travelling throughout Southern Africa. It includes fun things to see and do in each area, adventurous experiences not to be missed and preferred accommodation establishments to stay at while in each area.
View from Paarl house
My friends, Clifford and Madeleine, have my vote for the world's best view from their little house on the edge of a mountain in a nature reserve near Cape Town. This is a slice of the panorama that stretches all the way down to the end of the Cape and back up past the two pearl-shaped mountain domes that give Paarl its name.