Spring into Summer with our Sustainable Coffee Bay newsletter edition! Although if you’re reading this in the Northern Hemisphere, then we wish you a colourful Autumn instead 😉 This quarter, we’d love to show you our work not only at Ikhaya Labantwana
We’ve got big plans and need some help! Following on from our last post about Sustainable Coffee Bay’s new strategic direction we’re pleased to be able to tell you much has progressed in the months since, but we need your help to continue! Without further
This donation basket was started in 2002 and is located in the Coffee Shack reception where it has proved to be highly successful. Guests are able to leave behind items that they no longer require and these are sorted and
Molo friends, hope you are all well. Thank you for your continuing support as always. With the welcome rains, revisiting friends and operation ‘clean and green’ underway, our Coffee Bay canvas is looking lush! Especially too, with the colourful array
Been back a month now and wow, the summer rains are upon us, everything glowing green with new lushious life and a wonderful energy of productivity is encircling us all in Coffee Bay. Helped unquestionably by the determined Dutch duo, Bruun and
Piece by piece, with love and team power, our baby veggies are beginning to flower. With beetroot, peppers, onion and squash, and green tomatoes absolutely everywhere! Perhaps I should stick to the gardening and let the photos do the talking.
The latest piece of Transkei magic to happen in Coffee Bay was the Coffee Shack 10th Birthday Community Party – held at Coffee Bay JSS on Friday the 5th. The party was held in celebration of Coffee Shack’s 10th Birthday.
The Coffee Shack “Community Basket” project was started because we realised that guests were often leaving items of clothing or shoes behind…intentionally? We placed a laundry basket in the lounge of the hostel and advised guests that if there was