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We were lucky enough to be whisked away to enjoy a lovely safari camp in the deep North! From experiencing the depth of the rhino conservation issue in our beautiful country, to standing in awe of the majesty of elephants, Bayala Private Safari Camp provided these opportunities – along with designer drinks, exclusive meals and soft bedsheets to boot!

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Striking a successful balance between nature and a thriving development it a difficult task indeed, but it is one in which the Elaleni Coastal Forest Estate does seemingly effortlessly. Elaleni offers its residents the pleasure of living life in the wild by integrating nature with state-of-the art security. To live in Elaleni is to embrace the true meaning of community within a secure gated estate that is playing an active role in promoting a more...

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Murray Ewin (Remo’s Originale co-owner,  ring a bell?) and his team at the Salt Water Seafood Co, have only been open for about two months and the rising success of the little shop shows the definite need the area had for fresh fish! As I said, poke bowls as a regular, daily fresh catches and sushi – yes, we certainly needed it! As the space opposite Remo’s became available, Murray put a proposal together for...