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Everlasting memories of Cecil

Posted by Admin on Mon August 4, 2014.

Extraordinary and everlasting memories of Cecil will always remain for Guests, who were privileged to share his presence at The Hide, Hwange, Zimbabwe.

R.I.P. Cecil – it was never meant to end this way…

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Madiba remembered…

Posted by Chef on Sat December 14, 2013.

A man who touched the lives of the nation has gone home. The 5th of December 2013 will be a day that everyone will remember what they were doing when the news broke of Nelson Mandela’s passing. A day the World’s focus turned to South Africa, a day I have never been more proud to be a South African. Ubuntu – I am, because we are.

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Cape Town – Your Gateway to Relaxation

Posted by Admin on Fri September 13, 2002.

Cape Town, affectionately known as the Mother City, is a cosmopolitan city that suits and caters for everyone. From the laidback bohemian, to the busy executive, Cape Town has something for everyone, whilst surrounding its locals and visitors with incredible scenery and offering a multitude of activities and destinations.

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Cycling the World’s greatest Tour

Posted by Chef on Mon March 18, 2002.

With sweeping views from Atlantique Villa Camps Bay, of the last 10km of the Cape Argus PicknPay Momentum Cycle Tour, I couldn’t resist doing it this year.

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Spring Cycle from Atlantique Villa Camps Bay

Posted by Admin on Wed November 7, 2001.

Just as morning light starts peaking over the horizon, I adjusted my helmet and set off for an early morning cycle from Atlantique Villa Camps Bay. Freewheeling down the winding road towards the crashing waves, the cool fresh ocean air wakes me up to reality as I turn left onto the coastal road which has got to be a cyclists dream road at 6am, deserted, and flanked by the Atlantic Ocean on my right and the 12 Apostles Mountain Range on my left, pure undiluted nature at its best!

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