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

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Strolling around Sonstraal Dam in Durbanville (2017-08-05)

Going for an afternoon stroll around Sonstraal Dam whilst feeding the ducks is somewhat of an institution for any family with small kids in Durbanville, and seeing as this is something that we did back when we were kids, there… Continue Reading →

Springbok and a round of Golf at the Mossel Bay Golf Club (2017-03-19)

Back in March, Jessica and I spent a long weekend away with my folks up at Pinnacle Point Estate in Mossel Bay. Unbeknownst to me, my dad packed in my golf clubs (and by “my golf clubs” I mean a… Continue Reading →

Sand and Waves at Oyster Bay Reserve Beach in Mossel Bay (2017-03-18)

On the outskirts of Mossel Bay, tucked between the residential townships of Dana Bay, Kwa Nonquaba, Pinnacle Point and Heiderand, is the Oyster Bay Reserve, a 330 hectare botanical nature reserve. Established with the intention to conserve, preserve and educate through… Continue Reading →

Spring Flower Season in the West Coast National Park (2016-09-04)

The West Coast National Park is not the best SANParks national park to recommend visiting if you are looking for some big game to spot. However, with the idyllic Langebaan lagoon as its focal point, the 27,500 hectare large West Coast National Park… Continue Reading →

Lunch at Beulah Farm Deli outside Yzerfontein (2016-09-04)

Having spent a lovely Sunday chasing wild flowers in the Postberg section of the West Coast National Park with Chantelle, the kids, and my folks, we decided to end off a successful day with a bite to eat. Unfortunately, the… Continue Reading →

Catching The Bats at Theatre on the Bay in Camps Bay

Back in May my dad turned the big 60 (and became a pensioner shortly after – just to sweeten the deal you know), and to celebrate the big event even more, a couple of weeks ago he invited 30 of his close… Continue Reading →

Celebrating Dad’s 60th with Cake and Table Tennis (2016-05-29)

My dad, Ronnie Lötter, hit the big 60 eight days after I hit 36, but seeing as he was first off for a fabulous weekend of golf in George with his social golfing club, we had to wait a good… Continue Reading →

An Easter Egg Hunt and an Easter Friday Lunch (2016-03-25)

This year we had our Easter Egg hunt a little early, setting the girls loose in the garden on Friday the 25th instead of the normal Easter Sunday. This was not intentional mind you – both Chantelle and I had… Continue Reading →

Visiting Redberry Farm in George (2016-03-12)

I’ve already mentioned that back in March, Chantelle, the girls and I enjoyed a brilliant weekend away break with my folks at their holiday place in Pinnacle Point, Mossel Bay. What I haven’t yet talked about was the great Saturday… Continue Reading →

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