Food, Reviews, Travel

Do you eat Breakfast when you travel?

Breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But often due to our hectic lifestyles we tend to neglect this meal time. The only time I actually eat Breakfast is when I am travelling. My “real job” as a Lecturer of Travel and Tourism means I start work at 12 midday and finish at 8pm. So this means my…

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#LocalisLekker, Reviews

Miglio Magic

I love jewellery be it wearing it or just owning it. Last year I came across Miglio online and was impressed with their collection of jewellery.While planning our #ExploreWC itinerary , I was rather excited to see a Miglio Factory Tour and meeting on the schedule. Check out what the Miglio team had to say about our visit http://www.miglio.com/when-bloggers-meet/ Miglio ? ?…

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#LocalisLekker, Reviews, Travel

Find your Bliss here

During May this year ,before Mother’s Day I received an invite from Bliss Boutique Hotel. I was gutted that I was in Durban as it looked like it would be an amazing pampering event. Little did I know a few months later I would be finding my bliss at this beautiful 5 star boutique hotel. Our night at Bliss Boutique…

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#LocalisLekker, #TravelThursday, Food

GO EAT Stellenbosch !

Stellenbosch is one of the most beautiful towns I have been to. Every road is an Instagram worthy picture with the old architecture and beautiful trees that frame the roads on either side. The Stellenbosch area is well known for their wine and their food which I later came to find out after tucking into some pretty amazing food in…

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Personals, Tips

Celebrate the Goddess within you

Today in South Africa , it is Public Holiday (yay). A day where women are celebrated and commemorated for their contributions in making the world a better place. 1995 was the first year that 9th August became a public holiday in South Africa. The reason for this specific date was that it commemorates the march of the 9th August 1956.…

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Tips, Travel

Saving for a Rainy Day with Avios

As far back as I can recall, my mum has drilled this line in my head about saving for a rainy day. A younger me never truly understood the meaning of this until I left University and started working, well more now than ever as I get older. This adult thing is hard and sometimes being a kid is so…

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Molo August !

And surprise ! August has arrived taking us into the eight month of 2016. Time is literally flying by and there is still so much I want to do in 2016. But in the same breath 2016 has been filled with all sorts of wonderful. Molo is the Xhosa word for Hello. Xhosa is one of the 11 official languages…

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