Travel & Outdoors

Lord of the Midlands

If you need a little time out, and a trip to a four-star boutique hotel in the Midlands sounds like your kind of getaway, then read on! Monique De Villiers-Delport took a drive to Lords of the Manor where she spent a few nights with her family.
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Local or global – which road trip is best for you?

Roads trips are considered to be spontaneous, experiencing an adventure on the go. After all, the general idea behind a road trip is taking to the open road and seeing where it takes you, allowing you the freedom to stop or stay in a place in your own time and on your own terms.
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Tips for travelling overseas during peak season

Travelling overseas during the festive season can be stressful because it tends to be one of the busiest periods of the year when tourists travel to and from destinations all over the world.
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Vital tips when travelling with a baby or toddler

For those who have never travelled with a baby or small child before, air travel presents a whole new set of challenges…
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Party with paint?

Whether you’ve never picked up a paintbrush in your life, or you love spending hours in front of a canvas, the newest, absolutely most fun way to spend an evening with friends or colleagues on the North Coast is at a Paint Nite.
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African adventures

How incredibly lucky we are, to be able to drive just a few hours and be surrounded by the most beautiful African bush and wildlife. And luckier still, we have some of the finest resorts, lodges and hotels. The ANEW Hotel Hluhluwe & Safaris is one such place.
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Avoid the rental scammers this festive season

October is a peak time for South Africans making their plans for the end-of-year holidays. Many will book online through sites like Gumtree which offer a vast range of locations and an ability to compare prices. 
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Happening global travel destinations for the young or young-at-heart

When it comes to youth travel, adventure remains high on the list of priorities for the Millennial and Gen X crew. Modern youth are willing to step outside of their comfort zones to experience that holiday of a lifetime.
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A Bee Friendly Garden with Garden Master

Recent research tells us that natural homes for bees are becoming less in abundance. Which means that planting a bee-friendly garden should become a priority when planning one.  Interestingly enough, bee-friendly gardens also contribute to increasing bee varieties. If you are considering planting a vegetable patch, another bonus you can look forward to is a bountiful harvest of vegetables as much of the heavy work of pollinating vegetable crops is done by honey bees.
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Top places to enjoy a coffee when you land in a new city

In celebration of World Coffee Day this week we are fantasising about incredible locations to have a cuppa java!
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Getting gourmet at home

Let’s face it, budgets are tight and eating out has become somewhat of a treat. But we’ve found the perfect solution… restaurant food at home! 


WIN designer wine

If you love Carrol Boyes’ gifting and homeware, and you love good wine, then you’re definitely going to love the all-new Carrol Boyes Wines range. 


Cadbury Dairy Milk Chocolate Easter hamper

Who doesn’t love Peter Rabbit? Who doesn’t love Cadbury?


March spoil

We know you aren’t a snob…but we definitely think you would look good in a pair!

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