Winter Days and the ‘Outeniqua Rust’

Winter in the Garden Route can be tough. Not because it get’s cold, but because of the delicious balmy winter sun… I would like to paint you a picture. A scene fresh out of the Garden Route winter; Here I am sitting at the ever wonderful Cocomo Restaurant and on my to do list is 2 blog posts. Only two.… Read more →

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10 Things to do in the Garden Route

If you’re in the Garden Route, or planning to travel to the Garden Route, then you’ve got the first part of Owning At Life right. The next part of your journey to greatness is to figure out how you’re going to experience as much of the Route as you possibly can, in the time that you have. Here’s a list of the Garden Route’s 10 most popular activities… adventure, wildlife, nature, food, wine, craft beer, live music and lots more! Read more →

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How to: Plan a Perfect Picnic

Picnics are a good way to live in the moment with the people you care about. That said, there’s nothing impressive about being unprepared. If you’re new to this, or looking to up your game, here’s how to plan the perfect picnic in the Garden Route… Read more →

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The Freedom of a Homeless Traveler

I recently stopped off in a small town in the Garden Route called George. Although buzzing with activity I noticed a guy sitting at the traffic light. Clearly homeless and dressed in rags, I found it strange that he wasn’t begging. No hand held out, no hassling passers-by. He simply looked content with staring around. Obviously I was too intrigued… Read more →