The PanGoPod is a go-anywhere tiny home and when I was writing a story about tiny homes in South Africa Dr Pete Laver, the creator of the PanGoPod invited me to try it for a night. Finally, I would see for myself what tiny house living was like
A year since lockdown in SA. And time to catch up and post some photos of green spaces and places in and around Cape Town.
In this week’s Lockdown Life I chat to Carmen Life, one of four women from the neighbourhood who have opened a co-op in Obs
How to grow your own edible garden with Joy Phala and Xola Keswa aka The Green Ranger
We are living in very strange times. Drought, fires, load shedding, ice floes, unemployment, coronavirus. 2020 isn’t looking like a very good year but there are signs of positive growth because urban gardening is trending in the wake of the worldwide Covid-19 lockdown. I’ve been in lockdown since February 28. This was the day thatContinue reading “The Easy Peasy guide to growing your own food: Green Route”
My Balanced Oil has arrived. Hurrah. I’m sure there’s nothing wrong with taking the animal blend but obvs it’s better to take the human blend. Dylan from Cosmic Bazaar will no doubt agree. When my zero-waste parcel arrived, clad in brown paper (hurrah!) there was a gift inside. A small tub of Canna Salve, containing pain-relieving CBD. Thank you Cosmic Bazaar, beautiful people.
Passionate about promoting Cape Town’s restaurants, Pamela McOne from Cape Town Eats lives in Oranjezicht with her sister where she explores neighbouring cafes
Mama Mickey Linda’s soup kitchen is in a hemp building in Khayelitsha where she serves up nourishing meals to more than 250 people a day
The story of the spekboom and the upcycled pallet garden
Relax with some eco-conscious online shopping and you’ll get discounts unique to Green Route ZA