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West Coast offers game viewing as well as San cultural heritage experience!


The West Coast is regarded by many Capetonians and locals as a road that links to a few coastal towns and mainly leads one to Namibia. In Spring it is well known as a flower bed.

However, it offers tourists two special places to visit, just one hour out of Cape Town, and before you reach Langebaan: the !Kwha Ttu San Culture and Heritage Centre as well as the Buffelsfontein Game Reserve. As a Tourist Guide I have taken German tourists to both destinations, and they have enjoyed our visits to both. Continue reading →

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 96 of Level 1, 4 January 2022!


Tuesday 4 January 2022, Day 96 of Level 1 😷

Corona Lockdown Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for a beautiful day at 22C without any wind; for a peaceful focused working day; for a Bakoven walk; for a call from Gary Peterson, planning another outing ⭐️ ; for a lovely fun Status meeting with my Gibson’s client, amazing trust and support in what I do for them, linked to a Camps Bay walk; for hearing three German couples on my walk, wonderful to have German tourists again;  for the kind donation of disposable gloves for litter cleaning from Camps Bay resident Ronen Gold; and for being happy, healthy and free. 🙏💙 Continue reading →

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 65 of Level 1, 4 December 2021


Saturday 4 December 2021, Day 65 of Level 1 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for a day of catching up on sleep and work for my clients; for the weather encouraging me to stay at home, it being grey and gusting like crazy, with rain to come; for a walk to Woolies and Pick n Pay, managing to not get blown away; for the NSRI coming to assist two paddlers at Bakoven, in trouble die to the strong wind; for whales being spotted in Camps Bay; for our Loadshedding being Continue reading →

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 55 of Level 1, 24 November 2021


Wednesday 24 November 2021, Day 55 of Level 1 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for a day starting off with lots of insecurities and ending off on a high note; for two Discovery Gameboard plays; for being able to speak to Stuart Bailey for the first time in weeks, being able to congratulate him on his birthday ; for a lovely 23C day, but windy throughout, especially in Camps Bay this evening; for preparing for meetings today and tomorrow today, feeling very organized; for a Bakoven walk; for good client meetings; for tasting and photographing the new Anatoli Tasting Menu which launches on 1 December; for a lovely dinner at the home of Gary Continue reading →