Posts Tagged cape town

be kind

sunlit plants. snails. shining shifts through the leaves creating dances to shadows. Bubbles of sun shine through the tress that cover our humble garden. I am not alone, I have a 2 year old peeking through he fences with her chocolate dirty hands and face. Piercing blue eyes yapping, we having conversations of profound issues.

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The Guesthouse

Rumi writes a beautiful Poem called The Guesthouse, it really helps me get through life, its a great reminder of how to deal with life when things are not going well. This being human is a guest house. Every morning a new arrival. A joy, a depression, a meanness, some momentary awareness comes as an… Read More

jit’s stories, succulents, and recycling

Walking around grubby Woodstock’s streets is incredibly fascinating. I am very curious and am not scared to pop my head into places I should. I mean a no entry sign is the BEST sign. It leads you to the most exciting places. Recycling is a big thing in Cape Town and it was thrilling when… Read More

family photography

Family photography has changed, it is no longer in a studio. Gone are the days of printed backdrops and fake smiles. Today’s photography is fun and personalized. Capturing these moments will last forever, where you can passed from one generation to another!  Forget the studio and hit the beach or forest! You can make a… Read More

creation wines & dines

From the exceptional service to the fine dining and excellent wine pairing.  I experienced the stunning Lunch Food & wine pairing, which was simply magical. Our waiter Warren was the most professional, delightful, and knowledgeable sommelier I have ever come across. Warren has love and a true passion for Creation Wines and the area and… Read More

lipstick, love & laughter

That’s what you get when you go away with your very special friends. A lot of lipstick on gorgeous Enzo, love, and heaps of laughter.  And the place is called Hemel-en-Aarde, which translated to heaven on earth. Should I say anything more? The table is never empty, the chef is in the kitchen, the waiter… Read More

pink gin, flowers and fudge

And friends… that is honestly all I want in life. Seriously, its life living dangerously.  The colours, the tastes and the beautiful blooms of fynbos. Simply delicious. We spent 4 hours in at the Elgin Railway Market. I’ve been to many markets all over the world and can literally rate them all right now, but… Read More