Catherine Dillon CWM


Friday night is hamburger nite

Traditions are important and interesting as it reveals so much about an individual.  Take the hamburger for instance – it comes in so many interesting taste combinations that boredom should not enter the equation. Many of my American clients love trying out local restaurants that are rated for their burgers and rarely do we […]

WO Districts

Garden Route wine news

As a regular visitor to Plettenberg Bay, I have been watching the development and growth of various wine farms from a distance.  This is not because I have doubted that they will succeed, but rather because I love nothing better than visiting, examining the vines in the soil and then tasting […]

Featherbed Nature Reserve

The Featherbed Nature Reserve located on the western head in Knysna offers visitors unspoilt views of the river mouth, Thesen and Leisure islands and the Outeniqua mountain range. Tours depart daily from 10h00 and 12h00 and includes a buffet lunch. For those wanting a shorter tour experience, the afternoon tour […]

Stellenbosch Wine Festival

No football matches to watch or fan mile to walk? Then head out to the Stellenbosch wine district to enjoy the wine festival that kicked-off today. Feedback from our wine guides today indicate that this festival promises to be the best. Good weather, good company and good wine – wish […]

Baby vuvu

Uniting the World through the Vuvuzela

For the past three weeks I have been working with local and international colleagues overseeing and handling tourist arrivals and departures from Cape Town International.  Logistically, transporting 1300 – 2000 people in one day can be a daunting task, thus pre-planning and effective organisation within the team is critical in […]