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Tulbagh village is 80 minutes’ drive from Cape Town

Tulbagh is a village at the end of the road.   We enjoyed a wonderful stay on a farm...

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by Delene Burman

New cycle path under construction in Tokai Forest

At about 5 pm on Saturday family and friends met to cycle the new path. It is 15 minutes drive from...

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by Delene Burman
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20110201 New Cycle path Milnerton to Cape Town

This morning 8 Recyclers joined hundreds of cyclist at Woodbridge Island in Milnerton to cycle the...

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by Delene Burman
Constantia Berg
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Mountain bike ride in Constantia

One of my favourite activities close to Kalk Bay is my weekly mountain bike ride with the Tuesday...

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by Delene Burman

Surfing on Fish Hoek beach at high tide

Keith, Laura, Joseph and Grandolin surfed on the beach in perfect tide conditions. Joseph rode...

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by Delene Burman

Kalk Bay bookshop hosted Peter Godwin

Kalk Bay Bookshop often hosts authors promoting a new book. These events are well attended by...

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by Delene Burman

A Statement in Stone

I have so enjoyed "A Statement in Stone" by Michael Walker, a new book about Muizenberg-St....

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by Delene Burman

Bluebottle invasion on Danger Beach

On Sunday morning while swimming in the St James pool I nearly swallowed a clump of bluebottles so...

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by Delene Burman

Ballet and fashion at Casa Labia

On Friday 12 November I attended, at the Casa Labia Cultural Centre, a wonderful occasion to raise...

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by Delene Burman

First Day of Summer 10 November 2010

This morning the sun was rising and there was no wind. So I dressed in my bathing costume and...

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by Delene Burman

Kite Festival in Muizenberg

This weekend there were crowds in Muizenberg to see the beautiful kites flying for the festival....

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by Delene Burman

Cycling in the Spring flowers

We enjoyed a drive to Langebaan on the West Coast road, seeing all the spring flowers, for an hour...

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by Delene Burman