Pure – The Life Experiences Show Update
While I was attending Pure – The Life Experiences Show – I realised that experiences are creating big buzz in the tourism industry.
Experiences transform a travellers holiday into a journey, and specific people are now looking for travel experiences that add value to their lives and – in some cases – even change there lives. At Le Quartier Français we’ve seen this first hand, our Culinary Concierge programmes are all about the experience and our Mrs. Ndaba initiative has captivated the hearts and minds of countless individuals.
I think the important thing to note is that experience based tourism is aimed specifically at travellers not tourists. It focuses on people who go on travel adventures where there is always the possibility that they could fall in love, with their destination, and decide to stay forever. This type of travel experience aims to give individuals genuine insight into the people and places their visiting. It’s about the traveller immersing themself in a foreign culture rather than hanging out on the periphery.
I took this experience based approach to tourism to heart when I was in Marrakech. I decided to sink my teeth into the fabric of Morocco by staying in the heart of the Marrakech Medina. It was definitely an unforgettably colourful experience, one I’ll discuss in more detail in my next blog post.
Franschhoek Champagne Festival
Just a reminder that the Franschhoek Cap Classique and Champagne Festival is taking place in Franschhoek over this weekend.
If the last two years are anything to go by it’s going to be exceptional! An entire weekend dedicated to the magic of the bubbles – what more could any self-respecting woman (or man with amazing taste) ask for?
Pack the sunscreen, the hat, the designated driver and head on out to Franschhoek for a day or a whole weekend of sheer bubbly heaven.
Posted by: Sue Huxter
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Môreson set to lauch new look Cap Classique at the 2009 Franschhoek Champagne Festival
Môreson will be launching their new look Méthode Cap Classique at this years Franschhoek Champagne Festival. We’re one of the few groups of people who’ve been permitted a sneak peak and we can no longer contain our delight … the new Môreson Cap Classique labels, and new packaging, are gorgeous!
If you’re at the 2009 Franschhoek Champagne Festival you can pick up a case of six, or three cases of six, from the charming and rather cute Môreson crew. There will also be a whole lot of other Cap Classique and Champagne available for tasting. For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit the Franschhoek Information website.
* The new look Môreson Cap Classique is the first addition to the 2009 hand-selected Le Quartier Français stocking filler list.
2009 Le Quartier Français Magic of Bubbles special
On Friday the 4th of December 2009 check into Le Quartier Français, for R1250 per person*. This price includes a Franschhoek Cap Classique and Champagne Festival ticket and your first delectable Mlle Lamb Burger.
To book please email us – email@example.com
We look forward to seeing you next weekend for some serious bubbly fun!
*Bed and breakfast included. Terms and conditions apply.
Bread & Wine at the 2009 Franschhoek Champagne Festival
At the 2009 Franschhoek Cap Classique and Champagne Festival Bread & Wine will be serving:
Le Quartier Français will be serving:
Meet and Eat Mademoiselle Lamb Burger at the Franschhoek Champage Festival
Mademoiselle Lamb Burger, the very tasty niece of Lamb Burger (may he rest in peace), will be attending this years Franschhoek Champagne Festival. She’s not quite as big as Lamb Burger but she’s just as delicious.
Mademoiselle Lamb Burger generally doesn’t do public appearances. In fact the 2009 Franschhoek Cap Classique and Champagne Festival is her first and for that reason those attending should consider themselves very lucky!
If you’d like to meet and eat Mademoiselle Lamb Burger you will find her at the Franschhoek Cap Classique and Champagne Festival Le Quartier Français stand on Friday the 4th, Saturday the 5th and Sunday 6th of December.
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