Tag Archives: Cape Town

Summer in the Cape – my favourite moments!

I love summer in the Cape.  Somehow everyone seems more happy when the sun shines!  Including me!  In Cape Town it feels like our summer only really starts around Xmas – finally everyone comes out to play!   In December … Continue reading

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The Biscuit Mill Market – Cape Town – a few delicious pictures to make you hungry!

I spent last Saturday at the Biscuit Mill Market – and took some delicious pictures to share with you!! The Biscuit Mill Market was the first artisenal market in Cape Town which celebrated our small local suppliers of anything from … Continue reading

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Mzoli’s – a truly African experience in a township in Cape Town

Mzoli’s is a smash hit among both the township locals and visitors to the Cape who are keen to get a feel of “real” Africa.   Mzoli’s is an African food BBQ/Braai restaurant located in the heart of Gugulethu township. … Continue reading

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Kalk Bay – my favourite village in Cape Town

I love Kalk Bay for so many reasons, that I return and return and return to explore, eat and play.  Kalk Bay is quirky, arty, grungy at times, always eccentric and quite simply a fun place to ramble around, to … Continue reading

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A slice of Heaven-on-Earth in Hermanus

I don’t seem to find enough time to blog – life just seems to get so busy and things just pile up!  So now, we have a big pile to work through and share.  This series of blogs is going … Continue reading

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An Italian Restaurant that I would recommend to Italians – Meloncino

I first heard about Meloncino from an Italian visitor to Cape Town.  They raved that the meal that they had at Meloncino was the best Italian meal they had had in South Africa, and for that matter as good as … Continue reading

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BABEL – A DELIGHTFUL FRESH FOODIE PARADISE IN THE CAPE WINELANDS

I am completely in love with this new addition to the winelands.  I am firstly going to let the pictures speak for themselves ……… For the last two years the property Babylonstoren has been growing an organic garden that features … Continue reading

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Cafe Paradiso is fabulous again! Great courtyard for relaxing and kids cooking/entertainment

Cafe Paradiso used to be one of my absolute favourite spots in Cape Town.  We used to spend many many afternoons there relaxing and getting a little intoxicated in the sunshine.  This spot had a magical combination of a large … Continue reading

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Muizenberg Cape Town – a surfer’s paradise….and a slightly eccentric spot to explore

Boasting over 36 km of white sandy beach this has got to be one of the prettiest spots in Cape Town.   It is also home to the oldest Surf shops in out city.  So, if you are into surfing, or … Continue reading

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Origin Coffee in Cape Town – a must stop for coffee and tea lovers!

I cannot believe that this week was my first visit to Origin Coffee in De Waterkant in Cape Town. Ridiculous – or redonkeyless as my sister would say. Someone a year or two back told me that they had not … Continue reading

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A launch into the world of Blogging!

Today is my first attempt at figuring out how to go about blogging! Why does the age of nearly 40 make me feel like I have been left behind by the teenagers – it all feels a bit like Greek … Continue reading

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