Cape Town foodie escapades: Dalliance Restaurant Review

So I get a lovely invite in my mailbox, welcoming me to come dine in the newly revamped urban eatery Dalliance Restaurant & Bar – located within the ‘gold mile’ of Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, in Cape Town. I eagerly accepted the gracious invite to a place I dismissed entering before, due to the assumption…

Cape Town foodie escapades: Dapper Coffee Co. Review

I’m sure you’ve seen my foodie escapades focused more on nightlife dining, but I like to switch it up. Today’s Cape Town foodie escapade took me for a lunch break at the corner of Strand & Bree Street, in the Cape Town central business district. Attracting the gaze of any passer-by, is a counterpoised establishment,…

Cape Town foodie escapades: Raya Kitchen Review

Let’s keep this simple from the start: Raya Kitchen does its duty as a contributor to world-renowned fine dining experiences. What follows that summation, will pretty much be me assessing my dining experience through the fine haze of foodie contentment, and sleepiness. It likely comes as a surprise to most – unfamiliar with South Africa…

Cape Town foodie escapades: Richards Review

Located at the corner of Glengariff and Main Road Sea Point, Cape Town, is a theatre venue known as Richards Supper & Bistro. I got invited for a night dedicated to a spectacle. When I arrived, I walked on through upstairs to their Supper Stage, which is predicated on transporting both local and international guests “into…

Turning up: The #InnerCityWineRoute Adventure 2.0

So the folks at Tuning the Vine couldn’t get enough of me, and the sentiment is shared. So I decided to brave the cobbled sidewalks of Cape Town’s CBD and experience the #InnerCityWineRoute once again – just to ensure my opinions weren’t a singularity. Splash PR gave Ollie the ticket hook-up …and when did I…

Welcome to the new age!

Wherever you are, and whatever you are doing – know that I am thinking of you as we ring in 2016, from Africa. 2015 was an okay’ísh year for me. Beyond travelling via Abhu Dhabi, to London, 2015 was likely my most unproductive year. I liked that it was chill, but not doing anything academic…

Hello from the Bay side

So I decided to brave the wave of early summer sweat-stained bodies and do some window shopping in Greenacres – a mall in Port Elizabeth currently undergoing a major facelift. Making itself known with loud, embarrassing and echoing wails, and gnawing contractions, my hungry tummy led me to a new establishment to get my grub…

Lunch is served 2.0

Today I’m munching on a Roast Chicken and Salad wrap, served with a side of french fries. I’m at Cafe Amiamo again and I give this a solid 7/10 for fulfillment.

Get a waterfront summer view

Just soak up the pretty pictures and the relaxed summer ambiance. The Clock Tower at V&A Waterfront International vacation arrivals in sweet sailor swag. The Marina is just a cornucopia of rich real estate and nautical vibes. V&A Waterfront is getting their festive season on with the backdrop of the worlds 8th Wonder. People seriously…

Long Street shopping: Ball so hard

While searching for an outfit for an event I’m attending come Saturday, I decided to take my new baby out for a test run. Long Street and a good budget presented the perfect time for a whole expedition. I’ve written constantly about Long Street, it’s certifiably one of Cape Town’s best tourist attractions, and boasts…

Resurrecting the Lifestyle

One word pretty much sums up why I’ve had an inconsistency in blogging for the past few weeks: Examinations. Despite being in Postgraduate studies, I am still subject to the quintessential varsity experience of being marked according to what I retain in memory (which isn’t much) and what I understand (which usually fluctuates dramatically). Anyway, I…