Should you find yourself in Paris with adventure (and time and money of course) to spare, a trip on a train down to Annecy with grazing sheep and green grass as a prelude is in fact a must. Time seems to slow down and you’ll begin to understand why the French see their Parisian countrymen […]
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 […]
Weather is finally heating up and spring will soon be in the air. In the interim, my postcards from Cape Town in shades of azure and dreamy turquoise should make the dreary winter blues feel a little less chilly.
We pulled up to a tent and I think I almost started to cry. If there were a list of ideal places to stay, I probably wouldn’t put dust and walls made of nylon too high up on that list. But you know what? I actually really loved it. It was a definite lesson in […]
My city light and sky-scraper height tendencies aside, every now and then I suppose some clean air and (mostly) empty street vibes can be particularly good for you. A good pair of heels in hand of course, I took to the little town of Parys for corn fields and antique shops galore. There are floors […]
Happy 2017! I’m so glad to finally say that. The last year was a tough one in so many ways for so many people. As I have found myself saying a number of times in the past while, seasons of life come and go and I wish you all strength and compassion for the year […]
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 […]
Nestled high in the lush green hills bordering Lesotho, the Golden Gate National Park, closest to the small town of Clarens, houses exquisite log cabins so peacefully remote and generously boundless, you can hardly believe the grandeur of everything furled out before you. It’s a little like a painting, and it’s absolutely unbelievable.