This travel post is for those of you going on a city tour this festive. Whether you’re heading to Paris, Dubai, London, or Bangkok-bound, this one is for you! FYI: Click here if you missed the previous beach destination travel post 🙂 Stay in public places. #safetyfirst Travel with a bottle of water. Always visit … More Festive in the City!
It’s that time of the year when most of you are finalizing your holiday plans. I know some of you are busy googling things to do in Mozambique, what to wear in Dubai, how to get around in Zanzibar, best nightlife spots in Nairobi, etc.! #wanderlust To help you out, I thought I’d share some … More Holidays on Your Mind?
Mzansi’s very own Picasso (or should I maybe say Van Gogh) graces us with the Nelson Mandela centenary visual art exhibition: A collection of 100 breathtaking portraits! In 2003, Vusi Mbulali found afreedom in art and started representing Mandela in curious ways! He usesdifferent media techniques, styles and theme in each piece. Each piece tells … More Myndela Art by Vusi Mbulali
In pre-school, our teacher used to say that our ears are shaped like the African continent as a sign that we are Africans indeed! I never forgot that! With that in mind, here are some interesting facts to remind us how proud we ought to be of this beautiful continent #earsonafrica The entire human race … More “Ears on Africa”
I visited London a few weeks ago. Having lived there for a year, this is a city with which I am absolutely enamoured! I thought I’d share some bits and bobs from my trip to highlight why I appreciate this city so much #whatsthehype First of all, London is more than just the red … More I’m Back (from London town)!!!
Cacao smoothies and Goji berries; Moringa and Hemp powder; Matcha tea and Turmeric lattes, Chia seeds, Maca powder… the list goes on! Those are names of popular ‘superfoods’ we are promised are packed with nutrients to keep you healthy and energized! Superfoods or whole foods are unprocessed and unrefined; filled with high levels of naturally … More Food, Glorious Food!
So this post follows on from the previous post about Cape Town’s cliquey nature. This post responds to some comments you gave, chat about the existence of clique-ness within groups, and then talks about what people have done to survive in spite of the social exclusion. Cliques can form within similar groups. A friend explained that as … More Make the Circle Bigger?