The arrival of spring is met with a collective sigh of relief — warmer days, lighter mornings and longer evenings accompanied by pastel blossoms and vivid green foliage. With the change in season comes the custom of the annual spring cleaning. It’s a perfect occasion to dust off your travel bags so put away your… Continue reading Spring Is In The Air
“Our committee was unanimous in awarding your establishment an AA Highly Recommended endorsement status in the category Game & Nature Reserve for the coming year,” Priscilla Mabilisa of the AA advised this week. Anton Early, manager at Warthogs Bush Camp welcomes this award and recognition: “Warthogs is one of the few unspoilt camps in the… Continue reading WARTHOGS PET-FRIENDLY BUSH CAMP RATED “HIGHLY RECOMMENDED” BY AA
As much as moms have a love-hate relationship with school holidays, I rejoice. No traffic between 7h00 and 8h00 on the roads. No road rage from sleepyhead mommies in PJ’s with bed hair. My colleague who usually manages to crochet half a blanket on her way from Pretoria to Joburg, is at work before she… Continue reading SCHOOL HOLIDAYS: FIXES FOR YOUR DILEMMA NEXT WEEK
Hands up those of you who want to take the kids camping but either don’t have the equipment, or the first clue how to set up camp. Or both. I like to think that I fit into the first category but if the truth be told I am in the “both” category. I own a… Continue reading BEST WEEKEND EVER – GLAMPING IN MULDERSDRIFT.