Around the South African Table at Leopard’s Leap

Food is a big part of travel and relationship: once you have shared a local meal with someone in a place other than your hometown, you instantly have a deeper connection.

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Why I went tagging in the land of the Big Banana

“Coffs Harbour? Where is that?” was the standard response I got when I told people where I was headed for the Tag Rugby World Cup. I was none the wiser.

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Verbier Polaris Festival – a dance party in the Alps

For an intimate venue up in the Alps, the lineup was a strong mix of electronica musicians: a blend of people you’d find in the biggest clubs in Ibiza as well as some alternative yet well-respected artists.

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‘Dodgy’ made me jump and now I have a license

My goal was to attain my A license in sport skydiving. Part of an A license is achieved through the SLP course by completing about 37 jumps that include increasingly challenging tasks in the air.

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4 reasons why Fancourt is the perfect family affair

As the big black entrance gates open and we drive through the lush, tree-lined avenue, we are transported to a different world. This is the heritage of Henry Fancourt White which dates back to the mid-1800s.

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A Silo District staycation

The Silo District is the elegantly edgy new enclave of Cape Town’s famed V&A Waterfront. Cities come alive when creative forms of reimagining take place around their older or more rougher edges, and the Silo District is one of these.

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Do you know of a place you can go to do as little as possible?

Formerly, these huts were reserved for hardened diamond divers, employed to scour the ocean floor when conditions allowed or simply roll over and head back to bed when the howling monster of the west wind tormented these seas.

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Skiworld launches flash sale with big discounts on a wide range of resorts 

Winter is quickly approaching in Europe; bring on cosy evenings by the fire, games evenings with friends and most importantly, ski holidays! We think these specials from Skiworld are… well… special. Take a look and let us know if you agree.

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The extreme polarities of a winter in Hokkaido

Hokkaido offers some top-rated skiing gems in a treasure box that includes hot springs (onsen) and volcanoes amidst a cultural experience of culinary flavours and Eastern traditions in the land known for karaoke, karate, origami, sushi, samurai and sake. This trip was never going to just be about the skiing.

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