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Unexpected Cape Town – Part 1

We were on our way to Cape Town for a week of exploring the unexpected city. As two ex-pats, Cape Town is always a pleasure to visit, but this time, it was not to spend time in familiar haunts, but to be a real tourist and Cape Town Tourism had given us an itinerary that […]

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Nothing like mountain biking after sunset…

Mountain biking is a great activity to enjoy while in South Africa. Experience it on a completely new level at Dirtopia’s Mountain Bike Nightride on Saturday 23rd June. With two trails to choose from, both have a different feel after the sun has set! The 7km Vineyard trail climbs to just below Klapmutskoppie through the […]

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Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve

If you’re visiting Johannesburg and are short on time for a full safari in Kruger, the 1600ha Rhino & Lion Nature Reserve is just the ticket. After some great game viewing, we popped into the Animal Crèche, a must see. We spotted these two cuties roughhousing like any ordinary siblings – a jaguar (native to […]

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Five of Cape Town’s must-try restaurants

Cape Town is an incredibly diverse and vibrant city which has evolved from a strategic colonial port town to an international and progressive centre for culture and commerce. With so much to do and see here, it’s easy to appreciate why this place has become the most visited city, in the most visited country in […]

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A **fresh new look** for Bush Chatter

The editorial troop at Bush Chatter is pleased to share with you a **fresh new look** for the blog. The themed gallery is new, so have a gander. Themed albums include some gorgeous baby animals, scintillating SAfrican sunsets; and of course some lip-smacking braai pics – a favourite South African pastime – and more. You’re […]

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