Sat within the ground of Platland farm in South Africa sits the Sunland Baobab tree. The tree is famous and visited by tourists from around the world because within it's hollowed trunk sits a bar and wine cellar.
The tree has been dated by carbon investigators to be at least 6,000 years old and is the widest tree of its kind in the world.
It was transformed into a bar in 1993 by the owners and now receives around 7,000 visitors a year who are able to quench their thirst inside the 155ft bar.
The coronavirus crisis has hit the hospitality industry hard, forcing many restaurants to close. But others, such as former 108 chef Kristian Baumann, have taken the opportunity to open new and innovative concepts in the middle of the pandemic.