Roberta Writes – Experience the Cango Caves: A discussion with Rebecca Budd from Tea, Toast & Trivia

Today, I am visiting Rebecca Budd from Tea, Toast & Trivia with a travel discussion about the amazing Cango Caves in South Africa and the surrounding area.

You can listen to the podcast here:

Thank you, Rebecca, for inviting me over for this enjoyable conversation.

I thought I’d also use this opportunity to share a few more of my pictures from this incredible system of caves and a YT video I took during our tour.

Cleopatra’s Needle formation

About Rebecca Budd

In the words of Rebecca Budd:

“When I first came to WordPress, I went absolutely crazy with blogs.  It was my way of exploring different aspects of my life.  Clanmother is my backward look at the past and the stories that reflect many of the realities that we experience in our modern age.  LadyBudd is a photo blog where I document my moments and thoughts that come when I travel with my camera. ChasingART is about the never-ending exploration of our creative spirit. OnTheRoadBookClub speaks about my love of books. TakingtheKitchen is my return to my kitchen.  And my latest blog, Tea Toast & Trivia, is joining the podcast conversations. Your visits and comments are always appreciated so feel free to explore by following the individual links.

For me, blogging is about finding kindred spirits.  And there are many out there.  As Anne of Green Gables once said:

“Kindred spirits are not so scarce as I used to think. It’s splendid to find out there are so many of them in the world.”

Find Rebecca Budd

Rebecca’s blogs:

Lady Budd

Chasing Art

On the Road Book Club


Tea, Toast & Trivia

The Book Dialogue

Rebecca’s Reading Room

Taking the Kitchen



33 thoughts on “Roberta Writes – Experience the Cango Caves: A discussion with Rebecca Budd from Tea, Toast & Trivia

  1. As I also wrote on Rebecca’s site: “This podcast was enthralling, Rebecca and Robbie! Fascinating to hear about South Africa, the amazing ostriches, and the amazing cave experience — all narrated to perfection by Robbie. Congratulations on this impressive start to ‘The Virtual Journey’ series!”

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  2. Thank you again, Robbie for your generous invitation to travel virtually to South Africa. Your detailed account of the Caves, the archeological projects, the terrain and feeding the ostriches generated a feeling that I was actually there!! I especially appreciated your comments on the warmth of the people and the diversity of languages. Your live in a remarkable country. Thank you so much, Robbie!

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  3. Stunning photos, Robbie, and remarkable video. I also enjoyed the podcast with Rebecca. The only caverns I’ve visited were the Carlsbad Caverns in New Mexico. 🙂 Thanks for a fascinating post.

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  4. I enjoyed the podcast very much. A wonderful way to travel now that we are limited. I also love the Anne of Green Gables quote from Rebecca. She is correct in saying that blogging connects us to kindred spirits. I´m so glad I found you.

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