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Earth Fair Market Easter Egg Hunt

Calling all kids…The Earth Fair Market in Tokai will be having their annual Easter Egg Hunt this Saturday! Bring your parents to the market, find Angie in the Little People’s Corner, she will give you some clues and your hunt can begin. Please note: No Grown Ups Allowed! What is the Earth Fair Market? The Earth […]

Bugz Playpark Easter Egg Hunt

Bugz Playpark will be hosting their annual Easter Egg Hunt on the 2 April at 11:30am. All welcome, children from 1 – 9+ will be on the search for Easter suprises! A HUNT! A HUNT, HONEY BUNNY! We’re hiding eggs in difficulty levels for different ages – come find one, come find them all! BUCKETS OF […]

Our visit to the Cape Town International Kite Festival

Recently, we attended the Cape Town International Kite Festival. This is the 23rd one of its kind and all entrance fee proceeds go towards Cape Mental Health, so it’s a great initiative. I have a secret to admit… I actually have never been to the Kite Festival before. I am glad we went this year […]

Embrace your family’s #RightToFly

Our family has been invited to attend the annual 23rd Cape Town International Kite Festival, Africa’s biggest kite festival and we are inviting you to join us! Embrace your right to fly and to have fun on 28 and 29 October in Muizenberg in support of Cape Mental Health. Kiters from England, Germany, Malaysia, the Netherlands, […]

At the Market

We recently helped organise and participated in a local market. It was lots of fun and it gave us the opportunity to get creative and spend time together. Thank you to Andie for the awesome shot above of the Market. This is one of the cards which my daughter designed. We are donating a portion […]

Family Travels: The Southern Beach House, Agulhas National Park

Recently, we were blessed to spend a weekend away at the The Southern Beach House situated in the Agulhas National Park. What a glorious weekend away. We got there quite late on Friday night but in a way it was kind of fun because we were able to see the Second Oldest lighthouse in South […]

Family Travels: Our Trek to Johannesburg

We planned to drive to Johannesburg. When I told everyone, they were like… “Why?”, “Why don’t you fly?” and every now and then an “Are you crazy?!”. I really wanted to drive and we had never done it as a family. My husband and I did it few times as newly weds but we had […]

Family Travels: Cape Point, Cape Town

It feels like there is so much to share with you. We have been out of touch for a while travelling around South Africa. Don’t we just live in a glorious country? A little while ago, we took advantage of the free entry into Cape Point during the middle of the week. It was great […]

Family Activities in South Africa

Here is a quick idea list of activities you can plan to do with your family in South Africa: Catch a train to Simon’s Town or Kalk Bay. There are so many different things to do once you climb off including visiting the little shops & restaurants, going to the beach, seeing the penguins, visiting museums and more! www.capepointroute.co.za/seeit-kalkbay.php […]

Places to Stay – Hermanus

Recently, my family and I escaped into the blissfulness that is called the Overberg and stayed for the weekend in Hermanus. I love winter escapes. The holiday towns are much quieter and you get to explore things differently and find hidden places. Everything is so green and peaceful…yes, I wish we didn’t have to leave but […]

Everyday is Family Day at the Pavilion

Experience the best of the Durban lifestyle and entertainment with a fantastic programme to add excitement and fun to your holiday. The Pavilion Westville’s Famfest celebrations have begun, be a part of the fun filled kid’s entertainment, Mothers Day competitions and family time to keep you smiling. Famfest will have you feeling all warm and […]

The Cape Ostrich Farm

The Cape Point Ostrich Farm was established in 1996 and turned into an ostrich breeding farm by the vision of Angelika Coelle. The 65ha farm was undeveloped and only the ruins of the 19th century Cape Dutch style buildings were visible underneath the growth of many years. Dr. Coelle and his wife Angelika had a […]

Imhoff Farm (Western Cape)

The dairy and livestock farming of yesteryear is no longer viable on this once remote stretch of land, however. Now on a busy tourist route, the farmstead has evolved into Imhoff Farm, a commercial hub with old-world charm. Present owners (since 1912) the Van der Horst family are committed to maintaining the “country farm” atmosphere, […]

Noordhoek Farm Village (Western Cape)

Noordhoek Farm Village is an enchanting destination for families, friends and visitors and is just 25 minutes from Cape Town City Centre. Apart from the various lifestyle stores and restaurants, Noordhoek Farm Village also has a fun playground which is adjacent to Café Roux, so you can have a bite to eat while the kids fit in […]