There were two options: the first, being their three course summer menu and the second being the (get-ready-for-it) 6 course Summer menu. Double the length for only R100 rand more – we were ready to eat! Continue reading A Night to Remember: La Mouette Restaurant.
Monday morning – and we were off to breakfast! Continue reading jarryds espresso bar and eatery.
Dylan Lewis is a Johannesburg-born artist who studied at the Cape Technicon in Cape Town. Continue reading The Dylan Lewis Sculpture Garden.
If there’s someone’s life you want: it’s Ferns. Her busy blog – with everything from ‘grown up ice cream’ and ‘Ultimate Hot Chocolate’ recipes, to getting to know her unique style and having the opportunity to travel the globe with her. Continue reading fern about town.
For months I have been trying to find a place that makes açaí bowls… at long last – I have succeeded! Continue reading açaí bowl discovered in Cape Town! | Beet Box
We love the way they look and the way they make us feel… high heels are equally as wonderful as they are painful. As many of us know by now, men were the first to rock these ‘height-enhancing’ items. Continue reading heels on heels on heels.
Dungarees first originated around 1792. They were used as protective garment’s for farmers, slaves and other people whose occupation involved physical labour – which meant that men in the lower classes would wear them often. Continue reading dungarees.
When visiting Woodstock it’s near impossible to imagine that it was once a beach.Of course, that was a long while ago – mid 19th-century. Since the land-reclamation, Woodstock has become increasingly industrialised. Now, Woodstock is a developing community that is home to many beautiful street artworks. Continue reading woodstock.
I went to Trenchtown in Obs for their Summer thrift hall and I loved it! Continue reading second-hand sale.
Winter is officially on its way and I am dreading it! I’ve already managed to contract the flu… Continue reading winter is coming.