A normal afternoon in the life of a hostel resident. PHOTO: Rouxné van der Westhuizen.
The view from the ATKV poetry trail in Hartenbos, Western Cape. PHOTO: Rouxné van der Westhuizen.
My own hands, playing a broken piano in Hartbeespoort. PHOTO: Delwin van Jaarsveld.
The following posts are from my Afrikaans WordPress blog, Kluisenaarsklaviere. This is where I write about all kinds of moments and experiences, travel posts, musings and opinion pieces. (Click here to explore other posts).
Varke, vriende en verskriklike mis
Plek van geregtigheid: ‘n opinie
Rugby oor die radio
World Choir Games kom SA toe!
Shoe-shiners en vliegtuie
Mahikeng se storie
Gym toe… Lekker?
Van Parys, met liefde
Ha… Ha… Hartbeespoortdam!
Die Kana-taliaanse Onse Vader
Oh Shenandoh’, I long to see you… In Croatia
‘n Straat-sokkie in Duitsland
Marco Barnard, a member of our Amatola hiking group, follows the small yellow footprints indicatin the route on this difficult trail in the Eastern Cape. PHOTO: Rouxné van der Westhuizen.
The row boats on Lake Bled, Slovenia. PHOTO: Rouxné van der Westhuizen.
A red scooter in a Salzburg alley in Austria. PHOTO: Rouxné van der Westhuizen.
These posts are examples of travel writing I’ve done for my English creative travel blog, Leatherbound.blog. It includes my personal travel experiences, thoughts about places and people, special expeditions and also some posts about art and creativity.
What to do when you’re in Green Bay, Wisconsin
Saturday well spent at Sedgefield market
Inspiring spaces: Baruch’s coffee shop
Magical sounds by Martin Mans and the Mossel Bay Mass Choir
Art tip #1 – Top 6 sketching tips for your uniques travel sketch journal
As a guest blogger, I wrote the following post about the Oak Tree Lane in Potchefstroom, the longest oak tree lane in the Southern Hemisphere. This lane has been experiencing some serious ecological issues, and the project “Red die Eike” (Save the Oaks) creates awareness about the importance of protecting the World Heritage Site.
Erfenis van Lig en Groen
The following guest blog post was published on the Byderhand website, a literature project of which I was an assistant for a year.