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Trust in Your Journey, You’re on the Right Track …

A tale of two RedLip PR ladies on the Blue Train … Have you ever been on the Blue Train? Well, we can finally say we have and “WOW,” what an experience it was! From the second we stepped into the executive lounge to the last moments of our final steps off of the blue carpet, we were treated like ...
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Hashtags and high fives

An epic tale of mountain adventures by James Montgomery an Adventurer, trail runner and outdoor enthusiast who believes that the outdoors is where you can truly find freedom. If you would like to see some hair raising images from James’s explorations follow him @J.Monty_15 on Instagram ...
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10 Tips For Travelling Africa From South African Travel Bloggers

Planning your next trip ? Take some advice from 10 Travel Bloggers according to Wanderlust Movement 10 TIPS FOR TRAVELLING AFRICA FROM SOUTH AFRICAN TRAVEL BLOGGERS Since travelling to Mozambique in 2015, my catchphrase has become “Africa is such an underrated travel destination” ...
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6 Tourist Attractions to visit During your next South African Holiday

Looking for some incredible  tourist destinations for your next trip to South Africa?  These are Jarred Manasse’s top picks for Drive South Africa. If you’re planning a holiday to South Africa, we’d like you to make the most of your trip. To help you along the way, we’ve asked seven travel experts to share their favourite South African tourist attraction ...
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Greyton Classic Adventure Weekend

The quaint town of Greyton comes alive every year for the Greyton Classic Adventure Weekend, a festival of mud, tyres and takkies. This year saw the inaugural 2 day mountain bike stage race, a night trail run and 2 kiddies races added to the plethora of activities on offer over a 4 day winter getaway ...
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Salt and Wine Pairing at the “Cellar in the Mountain”

Die Bergkelder or Cellar under the mountain is the home of Fleur De Cap wines. They have a unique tasting that is served on a salt plate – you can lick it, but apparently that would be weird. These plates are mainly used as a hot plate and heated until they are white (normally pink at room temperature) and then ...
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