Things to do in Cape Town, the Helderberg, and the Cape Winelands

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The Vegetable and Fruit Garden of Babylonstoren in Simondium (2018-06-10)

A visit to Babylonstoren is always a treat for the senses. Tucked away in Simondium (on your way to Paarl), this historic homestead is home to one of the best food gardens that you’ll ever come across. Babylonstoren is a… Continue Reading →

Exploring the Food Garden of Babylonstoren in Simondium (2017-02-04)

Dating back to 1692 and boasting one of the best preserved farmyards the Cape, the historic Babylonstoren┬ástands as one of the oldest Cape Dutch farms currently accessible in the Cape Winelands. As a thriving hub of commercial activity these days,… Continue Reading →

Celebrating at the Lekke Neh Kids Carnival on Weltevreden Estate in Stellenbosh (2017-01-08)

We only discovered the beautifully restored, historic Weltevreden Estate last year. Packed with all manner of interesting art and sculptures, the classic Cape Dutch manor house and homestead is home to a brilliant little eatery that trades by the fun… Continue Reading →

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