Monthly Archives: July 2012

My cuppa tea – best spots for tea

Ever since I was a little girl, my mum and sisters would solve all the problems of the world and celebrate all achievements with a cup of tea on the couches of our home. I still have the feeling that … Continue reading

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It’s Toad Time

The Western Leopard Toad: The Cape Peninsula is one of the most beautiful places on earth (we are a little biased!) We also have some beautiful creatures that have chosen this beauty as their home. One of these animals is … Continue reading

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Muizenberg Archer aims for Olympic Glory!

Karen Hultzer is the oldest South African competitor at the Olympic Games at the age of 46.  She hails from Muizenberg where she runs a landscaping business.  Karen only started her chosen sport (archery) 5 years ago and is one … Continue reading

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2012 Winter Restaurant Specials:Cape Town South!

We’ve passed the winter solstice in the southern hemisphere and although every day is giving us an extra minute of daylight – we still have longish, cold (for us!) nights ahead.  Capetonians are often accused of hibernating in winter, staying … Continue reading

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CPR goes green… have you?!

Being “green” and being “eco-friendly” are commonly used terms but lets face it we have to make a conscious choice to tread lightly on our Earth, reduce our carbon footprint, live sustainably  and tackle climate change responsibly. Our natural resources … Continue reading

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Quiz Nights on the Cape Point Route

Pub Quiz and Quiz Nights have taken off in the south peninsula of Cape Town and are especially popular in winter. The ones listed below are weekly events and although the specific formats vary slightly from pub to pub, they … Continue reading

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Indoor Teambuilding

Most of us spend 240 out of the 365 days in the year at work. During our hectic daily hours of meeting deadlines there is very little time to get to know our colleagues on more personal level outside of … Continue reading

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Save the Date – International Kite Festival 3-4 Nov 2012

Cape Town International Kite Festival – 3 & 4 November 2012 Africa’s biggest kite festival, the Cape Town International Kite Festival, will fill the sky above Muizenberg with incredible kite creations on 3 & 4 November 2012.  ‘All about ability’ … Continue reading

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Book Now for Summer Holidays in Cape Town

Welcome to Cape Town summer! Okay – we know it’s not summer yet but we’re only 6 months away from peak holiday season! If you are planning to visit Cape Town for your annual beach holiday – we suggest booking … Continue reading

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