Africa Dreamz, Umhlanga Bed and Breakfast, try it.

Umhlanga sounds really exotic to me. And who can resist staying at a Bed and Breakfast called African Dreamz? I have had monkey’s running around outside giving the area a rather rural feel despite being in the heart of one of our major centers. But let me not give you the impression that African DreamzContinue reading “Africa Dreamz, Umhlanga Bed and Breakfast, try it.”

Beyond the Mountain book review

Steve House‘s actions speak loud, louder than words. The resultant art, painted on the canvas of big blank faces. And his book Beyond the Mountain tells that story. I was truly riveted for most of the book, not once wanting to put it down. I actually wanted to enjoy it before getting it and IContinue reading “Beyond the Mountain book review”

De Wildebeest Bed and Breakfast

For work I get to travel to the major centers around SA on a regular basis. As a result I get to stay in a range of accommodation options form little box holes of a Formula 1 (yes I have done that many times). Some time I do get to stay in a great bedContinue reading “De Wildebeest Bed and Breakfast”

Overberg Accomodation: A comparison of three options

A few weeks ago M and I did our cycle tour of the Overberg and we stayed in three towns along the way: Grabouw, Sandbaai, Caledon. We wanted affordable self catering accommodation which would offer us a good opportunity to rest up for the next day and was close to a grocery store so thatContinue reading “Overberg Accomodation: A comparison of three options”

Suunto Quest gear review

The Quest comes supplied with wrist unit, HR belt, footpod and Movestick mini. All packaged in a neat, very appealing looking box. Other optional extras include bike accessories and GPS pod. The Quest does not have integrated GPS but gets speed and distance data from external pods (footpod, cycling or GPS). I was only ableContinue reading “Suunto Quest gear review”