The Heart of the Garden Route. From the N2, Sedgefield’s initial impression is of a small roadside town which imparts the impression of a single traffic light, an avenue of plain trees and a fence of horses. A town, as I have often been told by guests, which masks the beauty beyond the main road. A hint of the active lifestyle that the town offers … Continue reading The Mosaic life of Sedgefield.
One of the amazing aspects of summer is the emergence of scorpions. Living on a lifestyle plot in the Garden Route we get our fair share of wildlife sharing our space. In July, when we visited the Kalahari National Park to hike the Xerry Trail, I purchased a UV torch anticipating looking for scorpions. Studies indicate that the density of scorpions can reach 160 individuals … Continue reading Glowing scorpions.
South Africa requires a sober and clear road map into the future for business and investment to survive. Difficult to predict from the natural haven of the Garden Route, but still relevent to our well-being. South African Road map of the future? Continue reading South Africa’s day will come