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Kids on safari

The best family safari in the Waterberg

Sarah, my wife, is allergic to horses, so she did not join us in the horse riding, yet our days merged into a collective experience of great fun, discovery and relaxation. In an age where there is a constant demand for everything modern and connected, Ant and his team understand the true bush experience. Horse-riding […]

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Sailing from Saint Helena Island to Recife, Brazil

For the final leg of my part in the yacht Quazami with James and the Downes family, sailing from Saint Helena Island to cross the Atlantic, we considered the islands of Fernando de Noronha and the city of Salvador. Fernando de Noronha was the most direct stop-over for the route to the Caribbean but it […]

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Sailing to Saint Helena Island

If you thought it was hard to get to Saint Helena Island when Napoleon was here, brace yourselves. For yachtsman they will ONLY give you a Covid-19 test on Thursday, unless you fail the test after 10 days at sea then they are prepared to test you on a Saturday and Sunday. For a community […]

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Sailing from Simonstown to Saint Helena Island on Quazami

Yacht – 2006 Knysna Lagoon 44 With a business focusing on the tourism industry, the infamous pandemic took its toll on WildWeb. Haemorrhaging savings and finally running low on liquidity, Sarah and I took the hard decision to sell our beloved Umdloti apartment. We called Anthony, an estate agent focusing in the Umdloti area. He […]

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Improving Website Speed & Performance using Google Lighthouse

Web Development team member, Siphamandla, recently used Google Lighthouse to improve the website speed and performance for one of our clients. And the results were impressive, indeed! We’ve all faced an annoyingly long queue. If you’re in a rush, you’ll be forced to leave that 11th item behind so you can join the snaking 10-items-only […]

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