Magestic White Lion at Pumba Game Reserve in the Eastern Cape – giving meaning to the term Pride of Lions. www.pumbagamereserve.co.za/

Love love this – needed to reblog too and share – thank you! tjpytheas bringtheruckuss (vladimir kush)

I Want a Ride on that Ferris Wheel!

Yesterday it was the Giant Vuvuzela and today it’s pics of the Wheel of Excellence just up at the entrance to the V&A Waterfront. So excited! Although when I was there yesterday…

A View of Cape Town’s Giant Vuvuzela!!

One of Cape Town’s highways to nowhere is now home to a Giant Vuvuzela with compliments of Hyundai who are ‘bringing the GEES!“  I heard on the radio that they’re going to connect a…

Got to love Kulula! This pic was taken of the plane I was about to board – amazing sense of humour “captain, my captain” ... Excellent specials right now at www.kulula.com too.

Today’s globalisation is based on competition and profit. It will achieve a truly human face only when everyone can say “I” while thinking “we” – Aminata Traoré

Powerful Performances In Harry Brown!

Powerful Performances In Harry Brown! Watched the most amazingly powerful movie HARRY BROWN. Michael Caine stars as an elderly ex-serviceman and widower who vigilante style avenges his best friend’s murder. Set in…

As distillers of fine products we are always on the look out for fun and interesting signs, shops and related products. Whilst completely off the beaten track near Dwesa Nature Reserve on…

Tonight Headline Artists brings you FOX COMET AND THE KINGS OF VEGAS at Mercury!! TIGHT LUCY are included as the opening act. Don’t miss these bands. THE KINGS OF VEGAS have been out for…

FIFA Fever Strikes in sleepy Paarl and Wellington, and welcome flags now decorate all main routes in the hope of visitors … this one in Wellington Main Street, down the road from…

Love it! Stormers take on the Bulls in the Super 14 on Saturday in an all South African final. I stand behind the Stormers and show my faith with this rather provocative…

Heading to Dan Pinch on Social Media.

About to head into the city to listen to Dan Pinch on Social Media where learnings will be covered, including using Facebook and Twitter as a PR and storytelling tool, engaging bloggers, integrating social…

African Proverb – If you want to walk fast walk alone, if you want to walk far, walk together!

Woke up in the magical mother city this morning, having crashed as a last minute guest at a beautiful house on the slopes of Table Mountain. This is the first thing I saw…

So excited, just received volume 1 and 2 of SHE & HIM, now I have Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward delighting me in the background. Happy Happy! See more at www.sheandhim.com/ She really is…

Living in the Cape Winelands as farmers and producers of grape spirits, there are certain images that stick in our mind. This is one of them. The annual harvesting of grapes, the…

Soooooo excited about our Primitiv Vodka which is in it’s final stages of production ….. these beautiful bottles are waiting to be filled ….. ♥♥

Seen at St Lucia on the Estuary – No Kidding!!!

Love playing with flash photography in the true dark, this was taken of my daughter Lemor at Knysna Quays, such fun, so much scope, so much to learn ….

Not a good spot to wait for a train, located between Steytlerville and Willowmore in the Karoo, OVEN doesn’t see much traffic. Yet the isolation and bare beauty of the area makes…

Nicked this off the Africa Geographic facebook site, which they posted for a laugh, I love it ♥

Wemmershoek Dam this Afternoon!

Driving back from Arniston to Wellington this afternoon we passed the rather extraordinary Theewaterskloof Dam near Villiersdorp. The sun was setting, the clouds were dramatic, and I took some pics in an attempt…

Love this piggie, found him grazing in a run down and overgrown graveyard outside McGregor. Cute as can be!

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