Taking time out with a guide
Some of us will find our way down to the coast for a traditional beach treat, while others may head for the hills and mountains. Some of us may be fortunate enough to have a changing currency holiday, exploring some foreign clime in Europe, Asia or America. And then there are those of us who will be making hay right here in Johannesburg.
This year, the SA Jewish Report decided to make life a little easier for you over this period and bring you a special holiday supplement that will give you ideas about what to do on those glorious days that you wake up with no plans.
We carefully selected the most popular holiday spots for Jewish people. It wasn’t too complicated because it is in our nature – most of us anyway – to spend our relaxation time among those same people with whom we spend the rest of the year. Yes, we travel and holiday in packs. We love bumping into the people on the beach, those who live two doors down from us back home. We love connecting with those in our school lift scheme and having a good jabber about all the stuff we experience back home.
So, you are most likely to find that most Jewish people holiday in Cape Town, Plettenberg Bay, Umhlanga Rocks and Ballito. There are those who choose to head for places off the beaten track, but as South Africa has too many of those for us to actually give you guides for that, those folk are on their own. I guess that is the preference for those choosing that type of holiday.
From us at the SA Jewish Report, enjoy this holiday special and have a splendiferous holiday! — Editor