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Jozi Food Whore
One short food whore, one long adventure. I just don't ever want to look back & think 'I could have eaten that'. Food, Beer, Travel. Blog updates randomly
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Jozi Food Whore 2h
Hey Twitter Fam, please assist. We're working on an ALL SOUTH AFRICAN music playlist for this year's . Please name your best choon(s). Prefer not too much Afrikaans pop though but everything else is cool.
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Travel Gigolo Aug 16
▪ ▪ ▪ Looking forward to a warm sunny weekend. 📸 Bwabwata, Zambezi Region, 🇳🇦 ▪ ▪ ▪
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 16
Live on the blog today, all about our recent weekend in at .
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 16
Lol!! I still have to wait a few hours before I get to make that walk for beer as well as My favourite time of the week!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 16
What an awesome shot. Have a most excellent Friyay and weekend!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 15
Oh my word!!! You're absolutely right! Our first stop at Mokala is just within the provincial border 😮😮😮 How could I have missed it?! Yay! The tradition lives on!!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 15
This year, with the , it will be the very first time & I set out on an epic trip where we do not start via . Gosh, I have to admit, I'm going to miss my usual December time in the province I love so much! Hope to be back there soon!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 15
Oh my goodness. This is amazing. I wonder if we can't buy entry to the next one with a few lovely bottles of vino? Shu!!!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 15
Replying to @DarlingBrew
👌🏼👌🏼 By the way, I must go find your Bonecrusher alts. I quite enjoyed quiz night at the Countess (Melville) recently, as they've got Bonecrusher (OG) on tap. Best!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 15
Replying to @NocturnalWenchy
Nothing wrong with that at all. I think people can still make attempts to minimise impact in those kinds of travel avenues e.g. not insisting on fresh towels daily being a small but very good start.
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 14
Replying to @ZAFoodMusketeer
Huzzah! I need to convince TG. I've been to Istanbul but like a million years ago. It would make for an awesome trip, and the food!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 14
Replying to @ZAFoodMusketeer
Oh! Is there more than one?!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 14
WOW, , that is incredible. I'm so uber jelly that you got to eat at 's place!
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 14
It's impressive. I should learn more about this as I didn't even know.
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Travel Gigolo Aug 14
A4. There are several green travel / eco-travel initiatives in South Africa. For example South Africa was the first country outside Europe to be granted Blue Flag accreditation for its beaches. The programme is managed by .
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Dorothée Lefering Aug 14
A4 is an eco-labelled (Blue Flag) sustainable boating tourism operator. They meet and maintain a series of stringent environmental, educational, safety, and accessibility criteria. With their work they attract tourism and with that they create jobs.
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A4. SATSA and South African Tourism launched a carbon offsetting initiative in July. They plan to plant Spekboom, which has carbon-offsetting properties. This initiative could reduce the tourism industry’s carbon footprint.
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 14
A4. As travellers, we all spend a lot of time eating. Look out for restaurants that support or that have green initiatives. A great example is with , sourcing all ingredients from within 150km
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Dorothée Lefering Aug 14
Q4 Are there any initiatives that support green travel in South Africa? Via
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Jozi Food Whore Aug 14
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