So Day Zero for Cape Town is a probability now and has been moved forward to 12 April’18. Water crisis and Day Zero have been hot topics among Capetonians. Thank you to fellow Capetonians that have tried their best to save water. Although my heart aches knowing some of Capetonians that didn’t do much effort on saving water. I hope all of you my readers, have been trying hard to save water, to prolong the implementation of Day Zero as much as we can. Continue reading Let’s Save MORE Water→
Nestled in the heart of the Little Karoo region, laid Oudtshoorn, the ostrich capital of the world, the home of Cango Caves. There’s something fascinating about this town, which seemed to remain in the seventies. So I’m glad we stayed in Oudtshoorn Inn Hotel which retains their seventies style beautifully. Continue reading Oudtshoorn Inn Hotel→
“Let’s wander where the wifi is weak.” (anonymous)
If a full relaxation in nature, away from city life that you are looking for, I would recommend Teniqua Treetops .
Teniqua Treetops is an eco-friendly, “glamping” (glamorous canopy camping) experience nestled in an authentic indigenous forest in the Garden Route between Sedgefiled and Kysna. Continue reading Teniqua Treetops→
So Kwantu Private Game Reserve is the ultimate destination of our 9 days road trip this holiday. We stayed in seven different accommodations along the way to Kwantu in Eastern Cape from Cape Town then vice versa. I will post some of the other accommodations we went in this road trip the one I would recommend only 🙂
So, this is one of the things that have keeping me busy and off blogging for a while 🙂 in a good way… Alhamdulillah the cooking classes has been taking so well. The cooking classes attendees and I had so much fun. So much pleasure walking the Asian culture that I have grown up with. Continue reading Making Memories in Asian Cooking Classes→