It was a whirlwind romance with the sea that made us buy a “huisie by die see” and that irritating check out by 10am thing at the hotel. Now here we are, 5 years later… We feel like locals. We’ve seen Ballito and Salt Rock expand, new shopping centres built, found our favourite eateries and… Read More Salt Rock like a local
Last night I saw a post liked by one of my cousins (and I have like 24) and the story was just so heart-warming that I had to share… After more than 10 years of service a gardener and housekeeper got a surprise from their employers. They would be taking a flight to see the… Read More It’s Black Flyday (hint you can get cheap flights)
Have passport, will travel everywhere… if I had all the money in the world. Do you feel the same? A while ago I wrote about how you can apply for your South African passport and ID online. Now I’m going to tell you what you need when applying for you kids’ passports. Complete the online… Read More Kids need passports? This is what you should know…
This is the story… I wanted to go on a 2 week trip to Cape Town with my parents next year. Then the drought persisted and well, it’s ugly when drought has you in its grip. I then suggested that maybe we go to Mapungubwe National Park in Limpopo as I know they haven’t been… Read More Slap me with a feather and call me the luckiest girl in the world… because I am going to an island – with – my – whole – family!
I don’t think I will ever get bored of visiting the Voortrekker Monument in Pretoria. The architecture and murals absolutely fascinate me. When you walk up the stairs and the monument peeks over the top step you start realising just how huge it is. Then you get to the Koeksuster sculpture and the whole monument… Read More A visit to the Voortrekker Monument, Pretoria