If you are from Cape Town, you probably know about the small town of Franschhoek. Franschhoek is approximately 80kms from Cape Town and is situated in between the mountains and surrounds by dozens of wine farms. There are two main routes to take to Franschhoek, via the N1 through Paarl or the R310 through Stellenbosch. … Continue reading What to do in Franschhoek
This weekend Matthew and I took a trip up to Franschoek to celebrate our three year anniversary. Our day was filled with markets and wine tasting. We were fortunate to have perfect weather for our little getaway.
The Mojo Market opened up in Seapoint a few months ago. On Saturday, Matthew and I decided to see what all the hype was. What I enjoyed about the market was that there was ample amount of seating. I hate attending a market and have to stand for two hours constantly searching for an open … Continue reading Cape Town Markets #3: Mojo Market
When life gets a little busy and overwhelming, I tend to stop doing the things that are important to me. I decided to get my life organised again and start blogging. Hope you enjoy my life update!
This meal is one of my favourite healthy dishes! It is simple and packed with flavour. Open the link to learn more on how to make this amazing dish.
I have been debating on posting this but I know that I have to. University has become so hectic that I do not have time to post twice a week. This is why I made the informed decision to limit myself to one post a week for May. Even though I love blogging, I have to prioritize my studies so I have enough time to get my work done.
If it is not evident by now that I love food then I clearly haven't been writing enough about food. Last weekend my boyfriend and I finally decided to visit the Oranjezicht City Farm Market. It is situated in Granger Bay, just behind the Waterfront. The market happens every Saturday morning. You can park in the waterfront and take a 2-5 minute walk there. It is busy and vibey, just the way you think a market should be.