Food, Travel

A foodie guide to eating British Food

Most people believe that British Food is boring and tasteless but this is just a myth and let me tell you why. Britain is a melting pot of cultures and this has also clearly evident in the food landscape of the country. Walking down literally any road in the United Kingdom. one will find an Indian restaurant, a Chinese takeaway…

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2019 Loading with Goals and working smarter

And just like that 2019 is here , and we are already hitting the ground running for this year. Unlike years gone by this New Year feels rather different for me. I woke up to 2019 feeling much more positive , stronger and most of all OK with my world. I feel as if all the lessons, hurdles and victories…

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Top blog posts of 2018

One of the things I promised my self at the start of 2018 was to spend more time on my blog creating content.The initial idea was to create four posts a month and include in each post a Pinterest Image made on Canva.Did I achieve this goal? YES I totally did and some weeks I was more creative and blog…

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Cappadocia Hot Air Balloon Experience

When booking our recent trip to Turkey I was over the moon when I discovered that Cappadocia was on the itinerary and I was keen to tick off something else this year from my travel bucket list. Cappadocia can be best described as a magical place that the world forgot about and a place where everything looks like a fairy-tale.Having wanted…

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A quick guide to London

To me London is one of my most favourite cities in the world. I may be bias in saying this but after moving to London as a fresh of University student , one who had never left home before it soon became my new home and the place where I learnt about life and growing. The city is like the…

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Mauritius is more than just a beach holiday !

Having visited Mauritius twice in the last few years , I still want to go back. There is something magical and relaxing about this island that draws millions of visitors annually for various reasons. My first visit to the island was for my brother’s wedding and we managed to sneak in some touring around the island and my second visit…

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Why are MSC cruises such a popular holiday choice

I never thought I  would be one to enjoy cruises and here I find myself thoroughly enjoying the experience and finding out just how popular this type of holiday is especially for South Africans. My first MSC cruise was roughly five years ago with my cousin which was fun and different as for the first time we had no parents with…

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Why it is so easy to fall in LOVE with Turkey?

Many moons ago while living and working in London , I had visited Istanbul twice with my friend. We  had planned short breaks to the city and managed to see and do a few touristy things. So earlier this year when Mum suggested we plan trip abroad Turkey seemed to be on her radar after watching countless TV shows on…

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The best ways to enjoy Summer in the Western Cape

With the 2018 , coming to a close with exams around the corner families are planning their Summer Holidays in South Africa. Top favourites are seaside cities and Cape Town and Durban are always at a tie for a family holiday. For me as I live in Durban , Cape Town would be my perfect summer holiday destination in South…

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