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June 6, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , , ,

Unique Safari Experience: Rovos Rail

Unique Safari Experience: Rovos Rail

Even as a South African, I can never get enough of the African Bush. Safari experiences are always exciting and the thrill of seeing the Big Five in a natural and wild setting is unbeatable. So it goes without saying that combining a safari experience with the luxurious and unique experience of a journey with Rovos […]

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May 25, 2017   /   by natalie   /  

My Favourite Travel Apps Right Now

My Favourite Travel Apps Right Now

Remember the days before you kept saying “there’s probably an app for that”? Me neither. Who needs an actual real life spirit level? Or calendar? Or printed plane ticket? When you can literally just do it all from the tiny computer in your pocket? I’m a big believer in using apps for everything – especially […]

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May 11, 2017   /   by natalie   /  

#ThePerfectExcuse to shop with Cavendish Square (Competition)

#ThePerfectExcuse to shop with Cavendish Square (Competition)

Have you visited a shopping centre in the middle of the day in the middle of the week recently? I seem to remember them being complete ghost towns in my childhood? But I had a Cavendish Square gift voucher burning a hole in my pocket recently and let me tell you, people are shopping at […]

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May 3, 2017   /   by natalie   /  

#WalkMyCity: Woodstock by Foot

#WalkMyCity: Woodstock by Foot

Woodstock is a part of Cape Town that might not be known to locals as a particularly walkable part of the city. But to me, it’s honestly best experienced by foot. I’ve lived here for a couple of years now and I’ve found that my most memorable experiences and interactions have always been while walking […]

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April 24, 2017   /   by natalie   /   ,

Ten Tips for Staying Safe in Iceland

Ten Tips for Staying Safe in Iceland

With one of the lowest crime rates in the world (less than two murders per year reported since 2011), a network of extremely well-maintained roads, a free safety app, up-to-the-minute safety warnings/road conditions available online any time and a reputation as one of the world’s most pro-feminism societies, Iceland is the perfect destination for female and […]

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March 31, 2017   /   by natalie   /   ,

The Girl’s Guide To Packing For Iceland

The Girl’s Guide To Packing For Iceland

When my friends Camilla, Misha and I decided to travel to Iceland, my first thought was “what am I going to wear?”. South Africans aren’t exactly sartorially prepared for Arctic weather conditions. So I did what everyone does, and hit up Google. “What to pack for Iceland” I typed, and found the same advice over […]

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March 6, 2017   /   by natalie   /  

Best Brunch In Cape Town: Private Kitchen with Chef Matt Manning

Best Brunch In Cape Town: Private Kitchen with Chef Matt Manning

If pushed, I would have to say that my favourite meal of the day is brunch. Because it combines the best parts of both breakfast and lunch, like eggs and coffee but also wine. It’s also not normally a meal associated with weekdays, so it feels like a celebration of the weekend. Unfortunately, when it […]

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February 22, 2017   /   by natalie   /  

Table Mountain Wine Safari With Durbanville Hills

Table Mountain Wine Safari With Durbanville Hills

There are so many amazing and different things to do in Cape Town that when it comes to planning a visit or even a weekend in the city, it can all become a little overwhelming. So whenever I find something to do in Cape Town that I really think is unmissable, I can’t wait to […]

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February 13, 2017   /   by natalie   /   ,

Travelling Solo in India

Travelling Solo in India

The first time I ever went overseas, I was 16 years old and off to Germany, where I would spend four months on a Rotary Exchange program. That’s where I got my first taste of travelling. And since then, I’ve spent all my spare time and money doing as much of it as I possibly can. […]

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February 7, 2017   /   by natalie   /   , ,

The Best Tapas Restaurants in Cape Town

The Best Tapas Restaurants in Cape Town

So actually, “tapas” are Spanish. Which means that technically you can’t just call any old small plates or snacks “tapas”. So from here on out I’m going to be referring to the best small plates restaurants in Cape Town. I particularly love this way of eating, because it means I get to try so many […]

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