I’ve always imagined that Paris is a place where dreams could come true. The first time I visited Paris I knew I was right.
If there is one thing in life that I truly love, then it is the art of good food. The Hubby and I spent a day and a half in Vienna on a short little weekend break and consumed way more calories than what was needed to sustain life…
Our day-and-a-half Viennese whirlwind adventure has taken a not so unexpected turn when we came across a beautifully preserved greenhouse full of butterflies.
We were merrily walking along the Volksgarten Park on the left. As tourists do, we wanted to explore the park a bit more.
It has been weeks’ worth of planning. All I wanted was the most romantic weekend away in one of the most romanticised cities in the world. It is therefore only logical that it is pouring outside. How truly disappointing!
I’ve always been a romantic at heart. Besides Paris, I’ve always imagined 18th Century Vienna as one of the most romantic cities on earth. To say that our visit was a slight disappointment is somewhat of an understatement…
You often see these extreme health and safety picture meme’s with the caption ‘Only in Africa’… I’ve identified 6 things I truly love about South Africa.
I love the fact that there are very few coffee chains in South Africa. People make a living by trying to be more unique that the next person down the road. The result? Gems!
William Shenstone said: “Nothing is certain in London but expense.”
One cannot live in England and not have some form of engagement with the Royal Family. The moment the engagement was announced, we agreed that we just had to be there.