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As it was in the beginning

September 27, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

by Christine Mason History lies in the consequences of man’s actions. It is also in the evolution and adaptation of plants; the dynamic geological forming and re-forming of our world; the mutation and extinction of creatures. History can be as early as a minute ago or further back than our ‘intelligent’ planet. Somewhere in between, ...

Plett festival

September 22, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

Our well known Whiskey Whales and Jazz festival got a revamp and now known as the Plett Festival. 24 September Surfer’s Ball, Central Beach AN EVENING OF LIKE-MINDED PEOPLE COMING TOGETHER celebrating the surfing lifestyle in a festive party atmosphere. The average surfer does not like to dress up and hence the dress code –half ...

A magical Shopping Adventure awaits you at the Global Village

September 21, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

It is normally off the beaten track that a touch of magic is found; it is only when we follow our hearts and step off the wide road that narrow paths can lead us to places where peach and tranquillity hide. One such place is the Global Village in Plettenberg Bay. Tucked neatly behind banana ...

Birds of Plettenberg Bay and surrounding areas

September 20, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

written by Ray Goodwin Plettenberg Bay’s birdlife may be regarded as unique, in the sense that we lie almost exactly between the eastern and western Cape areas, although we are probably more closely related to the latter. In all we have five distinct habitat types – fynbos, forest, grassland, wetland and coastal areas, giving us ...

PLETT FOR PEACE

September 17, 2010 by Victoria Rowe 1 Comment

On the 5th November 2010 from 5:30PM at Central Beach, there will be a celebration of light over darkness. Bring a candle and your passion for positive over negative, love over hatred, peace over war, good over evil. Not compulsory but if you wish to participate in the Green Skin Initiative, which is South Africans ...

Cheers

September 15, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

Written by Lisa Greyling If you drive along many of the gravel roads on the outskirts of Plettenberg bay, you will notice that the very nature of the landscape is shifting. In the past, most plots in Bitou’s rural areas were characterised by large open stands of natural veld. Now you are also likely to ...

Let’s meet in Plett

September 14, 2010 by Victoria Rowe No Comment

It has long been recognised that conferences and business meetings demand peaceful venues which allow delegates to shut out the world and focus on the business at hand. Most country areas within striking distance of major business centres know this and there are now a large number of conference and training centres across the country ...