VELD AND SEA Wild food foraging and Events https://veldandsea.com/ On land, at sea, in forests and mountains, there is food all around us, we just have to open up our senses and reconnect. To know what is edible and what is poisonous, how to identify, to learn what part of the plant to harvest and…

Mossel Bay to open ‘world’s longest’ zipline over ocean https://www.getaway.co.za/travel-news/mossel-bay-opens-longest-zipline-over-ocean/ Posted by Elise Kirsten Mossel Bay will be getting a new zipline soon, which has been referred to as ‘1,1km of screaming fun’. The zipline was approved by the Mossel Bay Municipality in 2017 and is set to open later this month, although the official opening…

12 Reasons to Buy Our April Issue  https://www.countrylife.co.za/travel/12-reasons-to-buy-our-april-issue 12 Reasons to Buy Our April Issue written by Leigh Hermon Can you believe we’re already talking about April? It feels like yesterday that we were just stepping back into the office from our December holidays. Now we’re discussing the Easter break and daydreaming of four-day weekends. So…

Gabrielskloof:  Our Favourite Things Market If you are visiting the Overberg or Whale Coast this December, the OUR FAVOURITE THINGS MARKET is one of the places or events you don’t want to miss.  Good food, good wine, good things and perfect for that last Christmas gift shopping. More information on the 2019 market….http://bit.ly/2MExDH3 

Where does national braai day originate from? Jan Braai (real name Jan Scannell) is the man behind the National Braai Day initiative founded the concept in 2005 to unite South Africans around a fire. The Mission is to create an annual day of celebration in South Africa where all the citizens of our country are gathered around braai fires with family and friends. Jan Braai’s Marmite and…

Let’s celebrate our South-African-ness with a traditional braai on Heritage Day aka Braaidag, 24 September, an official public holiday. We’ll begin with a refreshing walk through the fynbos, stopping en route to taste wines and admire the spectacular views.  The trail ends at the Frame House where a long and lovely lunch will be served.…