More from the @thegantouwproject - amazing to see these antelope in the Western Cape and part of such an inspiring initiative - this conservation project has been a great success so far, helping to manage bush encroachment and enable the survival of threatened plant species. The film will be released soon - we look forward to sharing @cteet@blackbeanproductions
Hoş geldin en sevdiğim gün: 10 Aralık! Beni delirtecek derecede kızdıran tüm huyları ve yine delirtecek kadar bayıldığım tüm yönleriyle nevi şahsına münhasır bir aşk! Hayatıma girmene olanak veren doğum günün işte diğer tüm günlerden bu yüzden farklı. İyi ki doğdun canım yumyumum! #myboyis31now
Full Day Wine Route Tour Depart 08h00 – 09h00 | Return 17h30 . Explore the famous Winelands with a memorable Full Day Wine Route Tour that is sure to be a highlight for any traveller – young, older, wine fundi or nature enthusiast. Ideal any time of year, this tour is a must-do for visitors to Cape Town in search of the ‘quintessential’ encounter. . Click link in our bio!! @cometocapetown @cometocapetown @cometocapetown
Soaking up the last few rays and beach moments before popping back to freezing cold London to see the people I love before Christmas 💕 Must admit, it doesn't really feel much like Christmas out here... Looking forward to some festive spirit and, dare I admit it, winter weather! But safe in the knowledge that I'll be back in the sunshine in a week 😎thank you @gaylenexo for the 📷
It's #InternationalMountainDay today. What better way to celebrate our own Table Mountain, with the Cableway celebrating its 88th birthday this year! #lovecapetown#tablemountain This shot is from the pledge video we did for our upcoming album. You can have a look at the video and pre-order the album here: smarturl.it/FreshlygroundPM
SEA · PUPPERS 🌊🐕🌊 The Aquarium does its part to protect the Cape fur seals that call our surrounding waters home - together with partners @VandAWaterfront, Spar Western Cape and DEA we maintain several seal platforms (where they can rest without coming into contact with people) and a team of seal monitors who help to keep these adorable, but dangerous, animals out of troubling situations. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Please note: • If you spot a pup or a mother on the beach, do not try to touch the animal – this causes unnecessary stress for these animals during a particularly vulnerable time. • Contact the Cape of Good Hope SPCA's Wildlife Unit on +27 21 700 4140 (office hours) or +27 (0)83 326 1604 (after hours). An inspector will be dispatched to assess the animal and make a decision as to what is in the best interests of the animal. (If you come across a dead seal, please contact your local council. Cape Town: 021 480 7700) • Keep dogs and children away from the seal. • Do not try to move the animal – leave it where it is and disturb it as little as possible. • Do not pour water on seals on the beach – they will not dry out. All this does is cause unnecessary stress for these animals. ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• Thanks for the great photo @glenoza📸 ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• #2oceansaquarium#twooceansaquarium#aquarium#animals#capetown#southafrica#cityofcapetown#capetownvibes#meetsouthafrica#capetownbound#thisisafrica#weheartsa#amazingcapetown#capetownmag#sealife#happy#cute#monday#mondaymotivation#endangered#seal#seals#seapuppers
Ever look at food and don't eat it because it's too pretty? Neither do we 😜 we're eating ALL of it.
To celebrate our Nü (food) relationship, we're giving you 30% off when you spend R50 or more with Nü, on the app!* Redeem the code NULOVE in the app *T&C's apply - Only available from selected Nu stores until 8 January 2018, on the app & with delivery.
*****Cape Flats Wildlife Series***** Meet the Cape thick-tailed scorpion (Parabuthus capensis), one of the more virulent inhabitants of my research site on the Cape Flats. A member of the Buthidae family, its sting is incredibly powerful and, for the unlucky or unobservant, very painful. Although no deaths have been attributed to this species, a sting is considered a medical emergency. Despite their intimidating appearance and generally aggressive response when provoked, they are fascinating predators which perform an important ecological role in maintaining insect populations. They're also among the few species worldwide know to be able to spray their venom, up to 1m(!!) with surprising accuracy, an amazing feat for such a small critter! They're also very proficient diggers as you can see.