Quit your job and travel the world?!? That’s exactly what two of our guests did. Josh and Caroline Eaton are culinary and cultural adventurers and a true inspiration to us. They have a vibrant blog about their experiences and have captured many a memorable moment on film. Click here to read their article “Bites and [...]
Talented Dutch travel writer Daan Vermeer wrote an inspiring article about his stay in Stellenbosch and his food tour with Bites and Sites. “Lekkere happies en wyne van die Wes-Kaap” was published by Dutch travel magazine Flower Power Travel. Read the article (in Dutch) and see his gorgeous photos by clicking here.
Winter 2012 – The 021 MAGAZINE is a trendy publication featuring the hottest spots and activities in and around Cape Town. Bites and Sites Food Tours had the privilege to welcome their journalists in Stellenbosch and give them a taste of what the town has to offer. Thank you to Cape Tourist Guide Connection for [...]
30 Maart 2012 – Op ‘n heerlike sonskyndag in die wynlande het ‘n plaaslike joernalis by ons aangesluit om te sien waaroor ons toere gaan. Die uitdaging: om haar eie dorp, geskiedenis en tradisionele kos op ‘n oorspronklike manier aan haar voor te lê sodat sy opnuut waardering daarvoor kry. Het ons geslaag? Lees oor [...]
February 2012 – Bites and Sites Food Tours features in a Dutch tourism campaign for the month of February: we are thrilled and honoured to represent our beautiful Stellenbosch! A BIG thank you to our amazing friends who made the shoot possible on very short notice: Dipped Confections, Brampton Wines, Oude werf Hotel, Middedorp Manor [...]
le 20 janvier 2012 – Lors de son premier séjour en Afrique du Sud, le journaliste Gaston Carré a découvert un pays à visages multiples. Il nous a accompagnés à Stellenbosch et son beau compte-rendu est intitulé “Stellenbosch et l’arrière pays du Cap: Vignes et jeunes filles en fleurs”. CLIQUEZ ICI pour lire l’article entier.
Ever pondered the vintage of your beloved Basmati rice? A visit to the legendary Atlas Trading Company in the Bo-Kaap exposes my previously blissful ignorance. My foodie friend and I waltz into the shop each nibbling on a hot, fragrant samoosa from the café next door. (In retrospect, not cool, as it was late afternoon [...]