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Down in The Valley

Nestled in the Riebeek Valley among vineyards and olive groves, Riebeek-Kasteel is a haven for artists and those who love a taste of the good life. KERI HARVEY [wp_gmaps…

Loving the Languedoc

France lives up to its international reputation as the cradle of fine food RICHARD HOLMES This is not just any radish. To my – admittedly untrained – eye it’s…

Eastern promise

We travel to Prana, a secluded lodge and wellness spa named after the Sanskrit word for ‘life force’ or ‘vital energy’ ANDREA PAFITIS-HILL WHERE IS IT? Chintsa East (formerly…

The Royal Livingstone

You are transported to a different era when touching down in Livingstone. F&HE food editor Leila went to Zambia in search of raw and fresh ingredients By LEILA SAFFARIAN…

Alpine restaurant

A touch of South African, Bulgarian, German and Ethiopian… all with a meaty twist Ingrid Casson [wp_gmaps lat=”-26.258440″ lng=”28.438710″] THE PLACE Alpine Butchery has long been a favourite for…

Food to fly for

When F&HE contributor Richard Holmes set off to fly around the world in four days, we sent him packing with a simple brief: find us the best airport restaurants…

Exotic Istanbul

Jenny Handley visited Istanbul, where history, culture and cuisine combine in a kaleidoscope of flavours that can all be termed Turkish delight. My interest in Istanbul was piqued when…

Big Five country

Set among deep ravines, ponds and waterfalls, Makweti Safari Lodge in Welgevonden Game Reserve in the Waterberg offers a bush experience that is delightfully different from the norm. Ingrid…

Life on the Klip

F&HE wine and travel editor INGRID CASSON visits Bartholomeus Klip WHERE IS IT? Tucked beneath the mountains near Hermon, about an hour from Cape Town, just off the R44.…

Fall in love with food

Cooking courses are the ultimate way to experience a country and, in line with our curiosity about the authenticity of food, the Prue Leith Chefs Academy has teamed up…

Japan

Regular contributor Richard Holmes went big in Japan. Kappabashi Street was my last stop in Japan, after a week of eating my way across the capital of the ‘land…

On the Golden Mile

There’s so much more to Durban than just sun, sea and sand. By Tracy Gielink [wp_gmaps lat=”-32.722382″ lng=”17.956295″] The sun-drenched Golden Mile stretches from the ice creamhued, art deco-inspired…

Walk on the wild side

Head north for one of the best game viewing experiences in the country. By Rosanne Buchanan [wp_gmaps lat=”-25.352714″ lng=”26.529408″] Where is it? Madikwe Hills Private Game Lodge in the…

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