#TravelThursday, Travel

South Africa a land of contrasts…..

Since my return to SA in 2010, I have started to view my home country in a different light . They say we often don’t realise the worth of something until its gone.   This statement proved true as during my time in the UK I clung onto everything that was South African from mementos to food items even things…

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Learning Lifelong #TuesdayTruth

Each day we encounter situations where we are forced to learn something new. Most times this something new is outside of our comfort zone and challenges us mentally and physically. As I get older , I have come to realise that there is so much more to learn and that I do not know everything. I firmly believe that learning…

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Recipes

Vegetarian Kebab Recipe

#MeatFreeMonday is becoming more and more popular around the globe. People are including more vegetables into their diets and there is defo an increase in the number of vegetarians. Restaurants  now have more vegetarian options on their menus considering this new eating trend. Born into a Hindu family, we abstain from eating meat and meat products for 2 days a…

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Shopping for FREE APPS

The month after the festive season is one where we are rather conscious of our bank balances. I like every other woman loves shopping and getting a good bargain makes it even sweeter. My last mobile phone served me well but I always felt something was missing. This device was limited in the options of Apps I could download.  Last…

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Wisdom from the Greeks #TuesdayTruth

Over the summer holidays, I managed to watch several of my favourite old movies that are on my hard drive. One of the these golden oldies was My Big Fat Greek Wedding. This movie is filled with a barrel of laughs but what stands out is how the father relates everything in life to the Greeks and how the Greeks…

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Shakshouka my way

The first time I ate this dish, I was at a Hotel in Sousse in Tunisia. I was attracted to this dish because it reminded me of home and Egg Chutney a dish my gran used to prepare. Little did I know how I would fall in love with this dish and I would eat it every day till my…

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Things you need to do before you Travel

Ok so I have my airline ticket ,Visa and itinerary and an idea of what I need to pack but is this it? Truthfully no, there is lots to do besides your actual packing before you head off to the airport. All flights be it local or international require some sort of preparation.Having a travel plan in place is essential insuring…

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2016 a year for SelfCare #TuesdayTruth

Often we are so busy being Superheros trying to save the world that we forgot about someone very important. That someone is you the person staring back at you each time you look into the mirror. The word I chose for 2016 , is LOVE it is such a small word with so many meanings. When spending time over the…

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Recipes

The Art of Making Prawn Curry

Prawns are known to be a delicacy as they tend to be rather pricey. All around the globe in every cuisine there is a version of Prawn Curry. Some curries are creamy, spicy , sour and fragrant. Every chef has their version of this dish and some even include mango, cashews and chicken. In every Indian home in South Africa,…

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