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Cafe Roux

Noordhoek Farm Village – family-friendly fun for days, and a scenic drive home

This blog has been very quiet, I know – shocking for someone who’s trying to get a blog up and running, I know! No big overwhelming reason, just all the normal little reasons of sick children, holidays, Christmas etc etc

But I’m back, and we’re kicking 2017 off with one of my family’s favorite Cape spots – Noordhoek Farm Village. After Poppet made it clear a few days ago that getting her to the beach was going to be an uphill battle, we refocused on somewhere for brunch that we could all enjoy – and Cafe Roux at Noordhoek Farm Village was an easy choice.

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Spice Route – gem of the Paarl valley

The Spice Route in Paarl is one of those places I’ve heard about numerous times and never been to myself. At almost an hour’s drive from home, it’s quite an expedition with small kids, but made its way to the top of our places-to-go list this past weekend.

WOW – this is a place that really delivers! Visions of Durban spice markets came to mind, but we soon discovered this was an entirely different form of wonderland. Spice Route’s website explains the origins of their name: “Centuries ago, anyone with a desire to explore exotic flavours and experiences would have needed to wait for the seasonal return of the traders travelling the Spice Route.
Fortunately, these days a journey of discovery is right on your doorstep, with the modern-day Spice Route in Paarl – a sensory feast for today’s connoisseurs of craftsmanship and authenticity.”

So what is it exactly?

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