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Barking at Baobabs – Do It Now – April 2014
“Oh no! What have I got myself into?” I ruminated under my breath,as sweat dripped from my furrowed brow and I pushed my bicycle, loaded with over 50 kilograms, up yet another loose, gravel gradient.
SUP in the city – Edgars Magazine – 2013
I got the idea to try stand-up paddling (sup) through Cape Town’s waterways from an initiative called Peninsula Paddle, a yearly pilgrimage that aims to highlight the pollution in the city’s water systems. Every year since 2010 a small flotilla of canoes, kayaks and basically anything else that floats has been setting off from Muizenberg and paddling through network of vleis, rivers and canals (with a few portage sectionsthrown into the mix) before finishing in Milnerton Lagoon.
Saddle sores and surfboards – Do It Now – September 2013
Unfit and unprepared, I cycled from Jeffreys to Cape Town, a distance of approximately 750 km, towing a surfboard, fishing rod, and camping gear. I went in search of adventure, but experienced more than I’d hoped for.
Slain by the dragon – Go Magazine – February 2013
The Drakensberg Grand Traverse is an epic hike of more than 200 km, from the Sentinel to Bushman’s Nek, considered by many to be one of the toughest hikes in southern Africa. Thinking of taking it on? Here’s what you need to know…
The Cederberg on two wheels – Go Magazine – March 2012