Walking on the Wild Side in Style – What to Pack on an African Safari

Safari and style? Not often two words that go together for the practical necessities required to enjoy a safari can prove an impediment to following fashion trends. The safari has moved on, however - it’s no longer catering to yellow suited and booted game hunters, but has now adapted for a range of tastes from... Read more »


Discover the Brand New Boschendal

One of the oldest farms in South Africa, Boschendal was founded in 1685 in the heart of Franschhoek. Boschendal was first granted to the French Huguenot Jean le Long in 1685 by Simon van der Stel, the first governor of the Cape Colony. It was subsequently bought by Abraham de Villiers in 1715 and remained... Read more »

Inside Napa Harvest 2017 – A Firsthand Account of the Napa Fires

Inside Napa Harvest 2017 – A Firsthand Account of the Napa Fires

by Brittany Hawkins St. Helena is a small agricultural town of 5,000 people in Napa Valley, California where wine is the one and the only thing that matters. Each year, nearly everyone in the St. Helena participates in what is called harvest. Harvest is the pinnacle of importance throughout the year in which the picking... Read more »