Planning a long Eastern Weekend in the Overberg?

Well ….. There is this guest room at Studio98 along the main road in Napier. The guest room is known at the Banana House and has its own secluded and safe parking in the back. The Banana House is separated from the main house by a courtyard with splash pool; it sleeps 2 and is minimalistic decorated. But what’s more? It has its own water wise succulent garden where guests are bragging about PLUS it is one of the highest rated (by guests via booking.com) accommodations in the Overberg. Book directly and save money ( R750.00 instead of R 850.00.00 per night via third parties). Minimum stay: 2 nights. If you book 4 nights the fourth night is for free. For more: https://studioon98.art/the-guest-room/

For bookings: email greenc2 -at- me.com

A bit of the Overberg in 2021

Good Morning in The Overberg, South Africa

Winged Weekend Greetings from The Overberg

Weekend Greetings from some Overberg birds

Aloe weekend greetings

Rainy Weekend Greetings from the Overberg

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Weekend Greetings from the King of the Overberg

The Cape Floral Kingdom …

… is the largest flowers how of its kind in South Africa and every year in the Expo Hall in Bredasdorp. This town is one of the main agri/horti-cultural hubs in the country. The exhibition started last Thursday and will last until this Sunday 21 August. Opening times 9 AM to 4 PM. Admission: R 100.00 pp.

Hopefully the organisers change the present lightbulbs with daylight bulbs for the next edition….

An impression:

Napier Mountain

One of the numerous places off the beaten track in South Africa: Napier Mountain with its magnificent views that even on a hazy day (when the pictures were shot) reach 50 kilometer and further (with a 300mm lens). Imagine seeing 10,000 square kilometer below your toes while making a turn of 360 degrees. That includes the Southernmost tip of the African Continent and places like Elim, Struisbaai, Caledon and Arniston. And at the foothills in the valley is Napier. Another ‘attraction’ in the mountain is a walk to the Bat Cave. It’s a moderate hike but watch out for the bee swarms once you enter the cave.