#LocalisLekker, Food, Reviews

A fusion take on Tea at Jeera

The thought of High Tea instantly conjures up memories of Ladies all decked out in their finery sipping tea and nibbling on treats well specifically eating cucumber sandwiches and scones. High Tea has always been a British Tradition  that has filtered to other parts of the world. Tea and tea time is a popular market in many parts of the…

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Tips, Travel

Durban is the BEST CITY in South Africa

With the summer holidays approaching everyone is planning how to spend their holidays. Over and over I keep promoting the concept of being a local tourist in your city or country. Durban is a popular holiday destination for both local and international tourists. I was born in Durban and returned  here after living abroad to make it my home again…

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Be a Tourist in your City

With the current Rand/Dollar/Pound/Euro exchange rates , travelling overseas is not possible for many. But everyone dreams of one day travelling overseas and discovering the Travel Bug. My solution is why not become a Tourist in your own City.   A Tourist in your own City means : Discovering the hidden local gems and it would not cost you too…

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Personals, Reviews

High Tea a very a British Tradition

I am a tea drinker though occasionally a cup of coffee is needed to face the day. Coming from an Indian home tea is a popular hot drink often in the form of Chai Tea which is made with spices. After living in London I learnt that any problem or news is shared or fixed over a cup of tea.…

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#LocalisLekker, Reviews

Durban welcomes FlySafair

Today, is a very special day in Durban at King Shaka International Airport. South Africa’s newest low cost airline, FlySafair makes their inaugural flight into Durban. I recall my first flight as a kid and the pure magic realising that I was flying like a bird. As I grew older my gypsy blood surfaced and my love of travel was…

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