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Thursday, May 25, 2006

Franschhoek,the village of the Huguenots

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Nestled between towering mountains in the beautiful Cape winelands lies the village of Franschhoek. This is the food and wine heartland of the country, where splendid wines are grown and top chefs create international cuisine.

Tuesday, May 23, 2006

Exclusive guesthouse in the Cape Winelands

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The house, with its 5 elegant guest rooms was recently built according to Tuscan tradition and has a typical Mediterranean ambience. In the lush garden surrounded by beautiful trees you will find peace and tranquillity.

Enjoy a sundowner at the pool and witness the unique change in colours of the majestic Hottentots Holland Mountains. For more info contact Topsy Turvy guesthouse.

Sophisticated,executive family home in Stellenbosch

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Beautifully appointed over two luxurious levels with spacious entertainment rooms flowing to patios, lovely manicured garden and sparkling swimming pool. 5 Bedrooms, staff quarter's, double garage and ample parking. For more information, Pam Golding prop.nr.273651

Gourmet show

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The flagship event of the Gourmet show is the four-day Good food & wine show, Southern Africas premier, largest food, wine, lifestyle and travel Show, held at the Cape Town International Convention centre. This year, the Whos Who of legendary celeb chefs will be cooking, demonstrating and hands-on workshopping in no less than four separate state-of-the-art glamour kitchens. From gourmet gas to contemporary cooking, organic produce to seafood, you wont want to miss the edible antics of Antony Worrall Thompson, James Martin, Alan Coxon, Steven Saunders, Brian Turner and Daniel Galmiche.

Monday, May 22, 2006

Picasso and Africa

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Almost 3000 people visited,"Picasso and Africa" on the last day of the exhibition. Over 80 works by Pablo Picasso where shown at the Iziko National Gallery in Cape Town, an exhibition that examine the artist and his relationship with Africa.

It features paintings, sculptures and drawings from Picasso's private collection and the Picasso Museum in Paris, supplemented by works by South Africans that Picasso "might have liked".

To watch the video, you need to have quicktime installed on your computer. It can take a few minutes to download the clip, but it's worth while waiting.

Thursday, May 18, 2006

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