Wild picked mushrooms in a creamy white wine garlic sauce with strips of crispy bacon cooked on a PotjieKing. After the recent rains giving some relief to the drought stricken Garden Route a mass of mushroom fairy rings have erupted in the pastures around our home. We have managed to harvest a few kilograms and decided to have breakfast with the first batch. Ingredients 1Kg … Continue reading Recipe: Wild picked mushrooms in creamy garlic white wine.
Each time we hike the Garden Route Trail, a five day coastal hike between Wilderness and Brenton on Sea, we discover a host of natural wonders. Continue reading Natural wonders of the Garden Route – some recent discoveries along a five day Wilderness Trail.
Every nature lover should have a daily ritual – ours is coffee. Continue reading Coffee rituals of two nature addicts.
A new style of tourism has emerged in South Africa, namely festival tourism. Slow Festival offers tourists a lifestyle immersed in nature, community and family values in the Garden Route over the Easter weekend. Continue reading The Slow Festival in the Garden Route
The popularity of the Garden Route amongst nature lovers has ranked this outdoor treasure trove as the fourth most sought after destination in South Africa. Flanked by the Indian Ocean to the South and the Outeniqua Mountain Range to the north, this narrow coastal region is aligned along an east / west axis, spanning between Mossel Bay and Titsikamma. For hikers there are a plethora … Continue reading Natural diversity of choice in the Garden Route
For Judy the prospect of being shunted off to some fancy restaurant for Mothers Day was not high on her priority list, especially on a perfect sunny day in the Garden Route. Instead, a treat would be to enjoy some seafood collected and prepped on the beach with family. So, to bring her dream to reality, I packed up a daypack with the basics for mussels in … Continue reading Mothers Day beach magic