Posts – Food & Wine

24 hours in Bloemfontein

  • 27 May 2015 by Sarah Came

A popular stopover point between Johannesburg and Cape Town, Bloemfontein – translated as “fountain of flowers” – is far more than just a place to rest your head.

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24 hours in Durban

  • 26 May 2015 by Christine Marot

South Africa’s third largest city has so much to offer apart from its beautiful beaches and warm weather: history, culture, cuisine, shopping, sport, natural beauty, architecture. How much can you pack into a day?

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Exclusive, friendly and welcoming – Johannesburg’s Munro Boutique Hotel

Tucked away among lovely gardens in the sought-after leafy suburb of Houghton, The Munro Boutique Hotel is rapidly becoming one of Johannesburg’s top places to stay.

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Cape Town levels up to offer the Big Seven

Six has become seven – the latest City Walk attraction joins Cape Town’s heavyweights as one of the must-do activities when visiting the Mother City.

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The Farmer's Daughter – a little slice of home near Howick, KwaZulu-Natal

  • 19 May 2015 by Christine Marot

The Farmer’s Daughter is a welcoming and homely bistro along the Howick/Tweedie road in KwaZulu-Natal, where two talented young ladies are making a name for themselves.

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Authentic ethnic eateries in South Africa

South Africa is a country where you can taste different dishes from all over the world – from Greece and Ghana to India – without having to travel too far.

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5 emerging travel trends

  • 14 May 2015 by Roseanna McBain

What direction is travel heading? Here are five emerging trends ...

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10 great reasons to fall in love with South Africa

South Africa is a country that gets under your skin. Here are 10 reasons why ...

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#Stellenblog's end-of-summer party

The #Stellenblog campaign casts the spotlight on the Stellenbosch Winelands.

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Another day, another adventure for the #MeetSouthAfrica bloggers

  • 06 May 2015 by Edwina van der Burg

More fab experiences have been enjoyed by the South African Tourism-hosted bloggers as they meet South Africa.

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