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BAMBOO THE GUEST HOUSE BLOG

21 Jan 2015

The Rastafari movement or Rasta, more of an ideology than a religion, evolved out of the poverty and despair in the slums of Kingston, Jamaica in the 1920’s and 1930’s. With no apparent way out of their precarious situation within grasp, the slum dwellers were inspired by the ‘Back to Africa’ ...

21 Jan 2015

This 10 hectare gem, tucked away in the heart of Knysna, is both relatively unknown and underutilised. The result of sheer dedication and effort on the part of a band of exceptional individuals, Pledge offers visitors and residents a taste of the ecology and biodiversity that existed in the town prior to the major impact that human development...

21 Jan 2015

The annual Knysna Oyster Festival drew to a close over the weekend with huge party bashes at various venues in and around Knysna. As the army of visitors and sporting enthusiasts packed up and headed for home, Knysna’s business community and...

21 Jan 2015

As humanity continues to turn a blind eye to the havoc we are wreaking on planet Earth in our quest for ‘bigger, better and easier’ at any cost, the scale of devastation grows exponentially.

Our addiction to energy has led to the ‘cheaper’ sources having been over-exploited and has ushered in a...

21 Jan 2015

The ‘new’ Garden Route National Park (GRNP) was gazetted in 2009, amalgamating the former Tsitsikamma and Wilderness national parks as well as the Knysna Lakes area and over 50 000 hectares of additional land. South African National Parks (SANParks) took a bold and innovative step...

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