Explore a historical and charming part of the Garden Route whilst based at this creative loft style barn home in a country setting, on the edge of the forest with horses and wildlife at your doorstep!
- Guests are welcome to cook in the house, however it's a meat free zone so this will need to be respected :)
I've climbed along the wing of an aeroplane with a parachute on my back, I've played on a stage with thousands of people listening to my music, I've saved a dolphin from beaching itself, I've shared a conversation excluding words with a Masai warrior in the Serengeti, I've climbed the Tor in Glastonbury, I've painted faces on a pavement at the Edinburgh festival, I've met the Queen, I've fallen - off a horse - in love - out of love - from the sky, I've eaten the world's best plate of pasta on a mountain peak in Italia.....
On a more serious note.
I am a musician, this is what moves me - both literally and figuratively. First and foremost I am a bassist - the right kinda groove can make my day ;) I do however also tinker in piano, guitar, flute and the odd bit of this and that. Music and events are what I've been working in for a while, promoting local artists and networking the industry to take talent from South Africa further afield as well as bringing promising bands / acts to the shores of my home town! I also freelance in the film industry and am currently producing a number of local and international productions. I am also passionate about animals and conservation, and have started writing my own stories on the subject with the hope of getting them out there sometime soon.
I use AirBnB because I love to experience a city through its people, more than anything else. As a host, I offer guests a window into a side of Cape Town that is rarely accessible unless you know the city intimately. I can show you local secrets if I'm not working, but am equally happy should you wish to discover them yourself.