Equestrian and Wine Estate The hundred hectare wine and equestrian estate. Cavalli is the Italian word for horses, a theme that is carried through the estate from their reputation as a world class equestrian estate, to the sophisticated branding of the estate wines, and even some of the pieces found in the enthralling gallery. Situated …

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Kinky boots

Kinky Boots

On Wednesday we were fortunate enough to attend the premier of the multi-award winning show, Kinky Boots. Kinky Boots is based on true events, originally captured in a book by Harvey Fierstein before being made into a film in 2005, and later a Broadway and West End hit in 2013. Having won 6 Tony Awards …

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Pesso – My Highlights and NEW BOOTS!

I’m not the biggest shopper. I tend to get a bit overwhelmed and impatient after an hour or two at the shops. But there’s one exception, and my true love: shoes. Take a scroll through my Instagram feed and it’s about 50% pictures of friend’s babies and 50% shoes. So when Pesso invited me to …

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Tintswalo at Boulders, The Perfect City Escape

It feels like it’s been a busy start to the year. I’ve been working hard, parenting hard and it feels like I haven’t had a moment to pop my head up for air. So when the invitation for a night away at Tinswalo at Boulders came through, I leapt at the opportunity for a night …

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Cape Town Sixes

Sasfin Cape Town 6s

22-24 February 2019   Growing up with a family full of cricket and rugby fanatics, it was impossible not to get infected with that excitement for South African sports and the passion, gees, and sense of community that comes from sitting around the field. For this reason, and many more, I am beside myself with …

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Five Countries Popular with South African EFL Teachers

It’s no secret that many South Africans want to leave our sunny shores for more exciting (and possibly less turbulent) countries. Teaching English as a Foreign Language (also known as TEFL) is a very attractive option for anyone contemplating going abroad because it doesn’t take too long to qualify, it’s a fun job and you …

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One Move, One Movement

First for Women Insurance Women in South Africa According to Statistics South Africa, crimes against women are increasing year on year at alarming rates. The team at First for Women are very aware of this, and true to their pledge to serve the women of South Africa, they have embarked on a campaign to fight …

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A Weekend in Witzenberg

Witzenberg Municipality Not so long ago, Amanda (my dear friend, colleague and fellow adventure-junkie) and I were invited to explore and share in the wonder that is the Witzenberg Municipal District. Situated in one of the most picturesque areas of South Africa, and incorporating the oh-so charming Tulbagh, Ceres and Wolesley, we looked forward to a …

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Bocca Restaurant

An Authentic Italian Experience in Cape Town Delicious food. Vivacious staff. Interesting history. Unparalleled experience! I could finish my review there however it is the details and personalized approach which truly pay homage to this delightful Cape Town Italian restaurant and I’d be remisce to exclude these. Bocca (Italian for ‘mouth’) is a well established …

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Adventure in SA

7 Amazing Things You Can Do in South Africa

It could be said that people travel because they wish to experience something new. Once you get a taste of that feeling, it’s actually quite addictive, isn’t it? However, the thrill will be largely spoilt if you have heard countless stories about a place, and once you arrive there, you can only acknowledge how incredibly …

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