Plus S’il Vous Plaît, Monsieur Paris, France

Paris; River View

On our last day in Paris, leaving Café de Flore, I felt utterly overwhelmed and more in love than ever. I’d just sat where my literary soul mate spent his Saturday afternoons with his best friend, talking over his most immense creations – the likes of Dick Diver and Jay Gatsby. And I realised in that […]

These Are A Few Of My Favourite Things 2017 in Retrospect - Not a Post About Donuts

Eating donuts in kitchen scrunchie shiney

Raindrops on roses and whiskers on kittens, bright copper kettles and warm woollen mittens, brown paper packages tied up with strings- these are a few of my favourite things. Christmas sentiments past and a full year of smiles and tears and just general what the f%@s out of the way, here is a quick 17 […]

More Wine Please Stellenbosch, Kirstenbosh and Paarl

Beyond the crystal water and the mind-blowing mountainous scenery the Western Cape has to offer, there’s an array of lush and calming vineyards, gardens and nature to take in of every variety. Kirstenbosch’s reputation as one of the most beautiful gardens in Africa precedes itself. It’s sloped against the eastern part of Table Mountain and it’s […]

50 Shades of Blue Table Mountain, Simon's Town and Cape Point

From the tip top of Table mountain, down to the scenic winding roads of Chapman’s Peak, into picturesque Simon’s Town and finally, at the edge of the continent – this is an endless feast of majestic blues that photographs can’t begin to speak on behalf of. What to do? DRIVE. One of my great loves is […]