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→
Apologize for being absent on the blog 🙂 December is always special for me. It is time to reflect my journey, as it’s our wedding anniversary month as well as my relocation anniversary month. Plus the cooking class has made me so occupied! We also went on a road trip, can’t wait to blog all about the holiday! In the mean time, here are some of thoughts, quotes and pictures that have been posted on my social medias so long 🙂 Wishing all readers a great 2018 🙂 Continue reading End of Year’s Thoughts→
Generosity and compassion are honourable traits that we should all endeavour towards in life. Our faith can help us to become better people and encourage us to treat others well, especially when it comes to supporting those in need through charity. Kind and generous donations offer a beacon of light in the darkness for vulnerable people, inspiring both hope and a deep-rooted sense of gratitude in the spirits of these people. Continue reading Why Should You Sponsor a Child?→
Alhamdulillah and hip hip horray… The blog turns two on the 15th/17th of August!
Who would have thought that the blog would grow thus far, Alhamdulillah, along with the blog, personally I have grown and learn a lot too.
I would like to thank all of you, my readers for continuous supports and of course to all brands that have worked with me.
As the blog’s milestone, a vlog (video blog) YouTube has been (soft) launched on the 17 of August namely, IndoAfrika by halaalife. IndoAfrika by halaalife‘s mission is to share with fellow Indonesians experience on living abroad especially living in Cape Town, South Africa and many more (work in progress). You are most welcome to subscribe too
Please enjoy the short video of the blog journey in the new vlog YouTube:
Alhamdulillah we’ve been blessed with a little bit of rain and cooler weather. It’s always nice to snuggle in bed with warm blankets and heater/fire around, when it’s cold, windy and rainy at night, isn’t it? How many of us, feeling so grateful that we are safe, warm at home sweet home but at the same time thinking about the less fortunate out there? They are maybe homeless or living in shacks that certainly not weatherproof?
Alhamdulilah, Cape Town has been blessed with some rain/drizzling lately. Unfortunately rainfalls over parts of the city has not made any significant change to the low dam levels. Although the rain has at least moisten the soil, feeding the thirsty plants a bit and washed away some dust on the hard surface yards.
I quoted this info from Water Shedding Western Cape FB group:
URGENT : Cape Town’s water supply is down to its last 100 days, resulting in the municipality bringing forward its emergency supply schemes.
Consumers are urged to reduce their water usage to 100 litres per person per day to achieve targeted reduced consumption.
Rainfall over parts of the city will not materially change the low dam levels. Should dams reach below 10% of storage levels, a “lifeline” water supply will be implemented.
This will involve minimal supply pressure, intermittent supply, and very stringent restrictions. People in areas with low water pressure might have to get their water from tankers.