It’s almost time for the annual Design Indaba expo and conference – and trying to sum up what that means in a blog post is like trying to capture the ocean in an empty Coke bottle.
You enjoy travel, you want to come to South Africa, and you want to make a positive impact. How do you start?
All the hype around Valentine’s Day made me think of hearts. Not the ‘tired, commercialised, opportunistic rip-off’ hearts that the Guardian’s talking about. Rather, hearts let loose on the world. Inspiring hearts. Brave hearts. Tender hearts.
I am a some-time believer in karma – usually when I stumble upon a wonderful new restaurant, or a food store I never knew existed.
In what was a typical experience from the time I recently spent in Venda, I went in search of 1 thing and found more than I expected.
Whereas crayfish are prized for their meaty claws (and tail), it’s the sickle of almost-sweet, soft, delicate white meat in the rock lobster’s tail that gets seafood lovers salivating.
I have travelled around the world and discovered that Venda are similar to some British people and some Scottish people.
Sound journeys have become a way of sharing with others our discovery of that silence which we believe to be the essence of creation.
Although old-fashioned picnics will probably never go out of style, increasingly, Cape wine estates are upping the ante with their connoisseur chique-nic offerings.
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