8th August 2019

Namibia – Land of Sun, Moon and Stars

3rd May 2019

Luxury – Where attention to detail and hyper-localism meet

The 6th Edition of World Travel Market Africa has just taken place at the International Convention Centre in Cape Town. It is a wonderful opportunity to […]
3rd November 2018

Constantia-Cape Town’s Vineyard -Where Old and New Rendez-Vouz

Constantia is the oldest wine growing region in South Africa with the cultivation of grapes dating from the 1680s. The region is however also one of […]
13th October 2016

Babylonstoren Hammam – a modern take on an ancient tradition

Early spring is a wonderful time to be in Istanbul – it is not too hot – or crowded. I was determined to experience an authentic […]
12th October 2016

Mark Dendy-Young – climbing new heights with Cape Elevation Vineyards.

There is an excellent book entitled ‘Halftime’ by Bob Buford which looks at mid-life and comes to the conclusion that the game of life is won […]
25th May 2016

The Bo-Kaap and Church Street – Where Creativity and Social Entrepreneurship Meet

Cape Town is buzzing with creative flair and I so love introducing tourists from all over the world to a taste of local South African arts, […]
13th February 2016

Perfect Food and Wine Pairings in the Cape Winelands (enter to WIN!)

In the Cape winelands February is a busy month. Harvest is in full swing and the December break is a distant memory. However, thanks to Valentine’s […]
7th December 2015

Wine Safaris around the Cape Winelands and Beyond

Throughout my childhood I had the privilege of visiting the Timbivati – of white lion fame – for a long weekend each July.  One of the […]
4th November 2015

Family Friendly Farms in the Constantia Valley

The very name Constantia evokes the old world and the weight of history. Constantia is experiencing a new flurry of activity as it reinvents its wine […]

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