So we are now well down the path of Chantelle running her own little baking business from home, meaning that it’s probably about time I give a little update as to how its going. The most recent big update to… Continue Reading →
Remember back in December when I purchased a big 450 litre KIC chest freezer for Chantelle’s business? Well the great news is that her business is doing so well that I felt the need to invest in it again. The… Continue Reading →
Last weekend was the final weekend of Jessica’s holiday – she started creche at Baby Steps on Monday! Of course this meant that we needed to get her back, and so on Friday evening after work, Mom and Dad came… Continue Reading →
Chantelle got a cake order in the other day for a “Bumblebee Transformers Cake”, destined to make a lucky little 9 year old boy smile on his birthday. And this is the yellow and chrome hued mecha that she came… Continue Reading →
Chantelle and I manned the Chantelle’s Cookies & Cakes stall for our very first night market, held at the always beautiful Hathersage Farm venue. As it turned out, this last Christmas market was a huge hit, with huge amounts of… Continue Reading →
So Chantelle has now officially stopped working at Gordon’s Beach Lodge (thanks Whammy and Louise for treating us to a fantastic farewell lunch out at 96 Winery Road on her last day!), and quite frankly has yet to have had… Continue Reading →
Last weekend was pretty uneventful, but pleasingly I came out of it pretty relaxed, so it couldn’t have been all that bad! :P As per usual, Friday night was eaten up by Chantelle preparing for the market until the early… Continue Reading →
Last weekend didn’t start off on the greatest of notes, what with the final departure of my development team member Tristan to greener pastures (leaving me to now manage a team of two – and I’m one of those two… Continue Reading →
So remember that big exciting SurveyThumb Project 161 Touchwork project I mentioned here once or twice? While like I have previously noted, the culmination of that work project resulted in a nice little bonus being added to the end of… Continue Reading →
Curiosity, travel, and discovering new places. Craig Lotter's An Exploring South African is primarily a South African travel blog of things to do in and around Cape Town, the Helderberg, and the Cape Winelands.
A South African software developer at Touchwork, Craig Lotter is a husband to an artisan cake maker, father to two young ladies, and someone who is constantly looking for new places to explore. He is also not that bad of a writer either.