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Travel

Exploring Limpopo

posted by Dan Carter July 13, 2016 0 comments

The plan was to leave Johannesburg early morning and venture into Limpopo, the far northern part of South Africa that shares it’s borders with Botswana, Zimbabwe and Mozambique. After a…

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Travel

Durban to Cape Town in 6 Days

posted by Dan Carter June 18, 2016 4 Comments

After completing Comrades, I decided to road-trip down the west coast of South Africa. I had heard about the tranquility of the Transkei and of the swell in Jeffreys Bay…

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Months of Miles

A Comrades Finisher

posted by Dan Carter June 5, 2016 11 Comments

My pan of water finally boils and I pour myself a mug of Rooibos tea. Children sing as they start their long walk to school; Cattle pass leisurely on their…

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CoffeeReviewTravel

Origin Coffee Roasting, Cape Town

posted by Dan Carter January 21, 2016 3 Comments

When Joel Singer, owner of Origin went to Seattle he saw great things happening in the coffee industry. It was booming and the demand for high quality, independent cafés grew day by day. Yet back in Cape Town, there was nothing of the sort. Fast forward to 2006 and Origin was born: creating a “space about people”. Origin quickly became known for it’s incredible tasting coffee, with it’s own roastery situated right above the café.

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Our Generation

#FeesMustFall

posted by dancarternow October 23, 2015 0 comments

I have been so inspired by the South African students who have refuse to stand down. How incredible, that this is OUR generation. It goes to show how powerful we are when we stand together. Here are a few photographs from the solidarity march in London today

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Video

Walk Together

posted by dancarternow April 30, 2015 0 comments

I was inspired to create this short film about Unogwaja. Tomorrow, a walk begins from Cape Town to Pietermaritzburg, a journey with the aim to unite a nation. Check out…

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