What’s Hot

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WWW’s – World Water Weekends 

14 and 22 March 2014.

Simposium on Water.  Bands lined up include Akkedis, Mr Cat and the Jackal, Chatanooga Band,  Jimmy Andersen, Gerald Clarke, Lee Anne Jangle and more… Live at Botrivier on these weekends.!

 

 

 

 

 

What’s hot?  Subject: Women.  Ann Richards said:  “After all, Ginger Rogers did everything that Fred Astaire did.  She just did it backwards and in high heels.”  

wonderwoman43Celebrating being a woman is what it’s all about this month.  Take the time in your community to identify the real women who contribute to the well-being of all, always lending a hand or just listening to solve a problem or halve your troubles. When Torkom Saraydarian said “woman” – it’s referring to her heart, to her intuition, to her natural sense of beauty, compassion, purity and sacrifice.  People think sacrifice is a painful and humiliating process of giving.  This is not what sacrifice is. 

Sacrifice, for a woman, is to create an atmosphere for the transformation of her loved ones.  So pay tribute in your own community by protecting these women who in return are also protecting their children.  Say: “No abuse against women and children!”

beer smallWhat’s hot? Die woord ‘hot’ in bothot verwys nie net na die Red Hot Chilli Peppers of die Hot Rats album van Frank Zappa nie! Botrivier is geleë in ‘n ekologiese ‘hot’spot, reg in die middel van nie minder as ses natuurreservate nie. Botrivier grens ook aan die Kogelberg Biosphere, is geleë op die Green Mountain Eco Route en die Cape Country Meander wat oral lei na die Walvisroete. Botrivier is ook ‘n toerisme ‘hot’spot met ‘n reeks wynplase, die historiese Van Der Stel Pas met vele bergfietsroetes. Dit maak die dorpie ‘n goeie oornagbestemming vir verdere ontdekking van die Kaap Overberg en die Walvisroete.    Hierdie ’hot’spot is sewe kilometer vanaf die see soos die kraai vlieg en die matige klimaat maak dit perfek vir ‘n basis. Bot beteken ‘bloei’ of ‘bloom’ in Engels.  Ons wil met ‘hot’spot toerisme poog om die  inwoners en reisigers bewus te maak van die waarde van ons   natuurlike skatte en om dit te respekteer deur dit te restoureer.