Wanderlust: The Pools & Waters I’d like to Revisit

Wanderlust, travel nostalgia, and an appreciation for hospitality amenities & facilities, comes together in this piece on pools, hot tubs, beaches, and more, that this Travel Writer would revisit (or try and journey to), from the South of France, to Johannesburg, USA to the Cape…

Travel Essentials: The ERRE BOW Fit and Flare Dress

I may be going through a Fashion Existential Crisis, but ERRE is bringing vibrant new life to this fashion blogger’s wardrobe, starting with a dress EVERY fashion lover is better for having even seen…

Stylish Safe Stay: Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel

The Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel is all accessible affluence, and a world of flavour fun, travel relaxation, and slivers of familiar comfort.
Catch the luxury hotel deal of the year, and wander with me as I review the hospitality at this esteemed Belmond offering…

Stylish Safe Stay: Steenberg Hotel & Spa

Steenberg Hotel & Spa is one of the most stunning and currently safe stays, you can book right now!

Find out what makes this estate a merit to Cape hospitality, plus get your discount booking code for a stay…

Stylish Safe Stay: Cartel House Hotel

Cartel life is an exploration of colour, commerce, and connection.
Here’s what a unique 2-day Staycation designed by Ideas Cartel looks like – a new age of hospitality.

Stylish Safe Stay: Victoria & Alfred Hotel

This time, my staycation moments are being made at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel.
Find out if this 4-star Newmark Collection hotel checks all the boxes for hygiene protocols, and just what hospitality elements make up its enjoyable easy luxury, now!

Stylish Safe Stay: Century City Hotel

Buckle up for my Stylish SAFE Stay series start, because building consumer confidence is the purpose of smacking readers, visitors and employees in the face with hospitality health and safety guidelines – that’s unavoidable!

Travel Paris: The Musée du Louvre

Let me disavow you of a few optimistic perceptions you may have about being a tourist in Paris: If you have no interest in glimpses of art, history or French aristocracy’s famed opulence, the Musée du Louvre is not for you. The world’s most visited museum, the Musée du Louvre, is an extremely well-secured art history fortress,…

Outfit of the Day: Siren

So I kind of live in a concrete jungle…seriously, the beach is a bit of a trip to get to. But because of that, I always make use of my luxury reviews, to squeeze a little shoot in amazing spaces. Today’s look comes from when I visited the Thyme & Tide villa in Yzerfontein. Owned…

Travel South Africa: Escape to Thyme & Tide Villa

2018. May the year, be ever in our favor! January  was probably a bit rough on your system, following the generous ease and gluttony of December. It’s time for a little detox, luxury and relaxation. I’m going to need you to forgo the stuffy hustle-and-bustle of city life, and all those predictable travel destinations wistfully…

Travel New York: The Klaasy way to tourist 2.0

Everyone who has been to The Big Apple atleast once, has their own kernels of wisdom for the next person. The essentials I have for you so far, are simple: For a little soul Carry a piece of African soul with you, on your travels. Soul Design is a Cape town-born brand dedicated to artisan…

Travel New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art

The Metropolitan Museum of the Arts is an unparalleled archive of a large sum of the worlds finest heritage pieces…as well as housing a few eateries serving surprisingly good morsels of grub. Somebody said you cannot do The Met in one day…well I sure showed them; and built up quite the appetite strolling through the…

Travel New York: The Tourist Road Less Traveled 2.0

New York is for the brave, the pioneering thrill seeker and the secret-keepers. You bustle alongside fame mongers and vacant dreamers; finding kindred spirits among the vagabonds and career-bound forms enchanted by the glittering lights. We are humming specs moving about, in this concrete maze…but we move, and we think; throwing orders, wishes and curses…

Travel New York: The Tourist Road Less Traveled

Don’t let anyone convince you that there are certain things from pop culture, not worth seeing in New York. One of the most fun things you can do, while planning your trip, is to research and map out all those spots seen in your favorite sitcoms and film franchises; to add those iconic landmarks to…

Travel New York: A Bloggers Essential Hi Online Gadgets

It’s a brave, new world where gadgets reign supreme. For the most part, tech is a convenient way to get many of our jobs done, but humans can very rarely be replaced. That is what makes reading content – like about my New York trip – through our phones and such, so much fun. I’ve…

Travel New York: The Klaasy way to tourist

Everyone who has been to The Big Apple atleast once, has their own kernels of wisdom for the next person. The essentials I have for you so far, are simple: For skin ”DUH!” Coconut Butter for the body, but you need M.A.C. Cosmetics to sort out the skin on your face with hydration, and flawlessness….

Travel New York: Escape to Gramercy Park Hotel

New York is unlike any other city in the world.  It’s reputation precedes it; and one is likely to feel like they haven’t seen or done everything there is to, within the Big Apple. Thanks to my excellent planning & networking, I did get to experience the acclaimed Gramercy Park Hotel, a hotel saturated in…