Last year was of course filled with many quiet moments and even more quiet spaces. It doesn’t happen very often, but every now and then I get the opportunity to leave the girls behind with Chantelle and venture out on… Continue Reading →
It is funny, but when we did finally manage a Covid-19 escape to Badensfontein in Montagu, I was so in need of a break that we didn’t actually do a heck of a lot while away on holiday – which… Continue Reading →
A couple of weeks ago we found ourselves overnighting at the Merry Widow in Hopefield as part of our whirlwind flowers in the West Coast National Park adventure. Needless to say, these days Hopefield is but a fraction of its… 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.