Cape Town. – Following my Insider’s Guide to the Mother City on Round the World Experts, I wrote a piece about food in our city, because if I’m learning anything, it’s how very much good food
Cape Town. – I enjoyed more One&Only Resorts love with an overnight at the One&Only Cape Town on Wednesday to attend the #ReubenInvites island style banquet with Jenny Morris, Reuben Riffel and Chef Vikash from the
Cape Town. – I can’t resist, some pics of my beautiful Luxury Room at the 12 Apostles Hotel and Spa. Love the attention to detail, soft shades of teal and blue, incredible natural light, the giant
Cape Town. – We held our first Travel Massive #MiniMassive, gathering a few local media and bloggers to the Waves for Change container site on the beachfront in Muizenberg, to learn more about this inspiring project. Meeting some of the
Recently I was interviewed by Future Cape Town about my love for Cape Town and whether I consider it to be African City … A great honour. I am filled with respect and admiration for the work that
Its not every day you get invited to attend the launch of a newly inspired autumn menu at Cape Town’s hippest restaurant in the V&A Waterfront, Mondiall Kitchen & Bar, an all-day dining environment with one of
Cape Town. – A tug pulling a tanker out to the ocean for departure.
In a land of plenty such as ours, where endless landscapes, white beaches, mountain peaks and abundant game await exploration, its not easy to select the top five South African tourist attractions. Yet in a
Cape Town. – Street Art in Woodstock.
Bo-Kaap. – As seen on one of the walls. Good advise really.
Cape Town is home to one of the most colourful places in the world, the Bo-Kaap. Spiritual home to the Cape Malay community, it is known for its cobbled roads and brightly painted homes. This is where