Author Paul Bignell

Hotels
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“A small, quiet road and a smattering of rocks are all that separate you from the wild, southern Atlantic Ocean.” Paul Bignell hides away at the Schulphoek Seafront Guest House.

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“A heavy summer’s rain has meant the nation’s unique and exquisite flora and fauna has erupted in an intoxicating and riotous display: sweet jasmine, lilies and honeysuckle, all dazzle the senses once you make the slow drive up the gradual slopes of the Cape Peninsula National Park where the Mount Nelson is ensconced.”

Travel
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“The road to Kwandwe is long and desolate. Driving past the industrial city of Port Elizabeth, it becomes difficult to imagine the remote wilderness of Kwandwe…”

Hotels
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“When it comes to staying in a hotel in your home city, the test for me is how far it takes you out of the daily routine: the softening of the harsh edges of day-to-day life; the dulling of reality.”

British The Grill at The Dorchester
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“I was here for one purpose: grouse. I wasn’t exactly going to get the first bird from the Glorious Twelfth season, but no matter; I was told if you want grouse in London, The Grill at the Dorchester was the place to go.”