No one ever said life would be easy. Things happen; things change. As humans, we are all able to adapt to change, but as with all things in life, we need to learn the skill. We have recently had to help our 3-year-old to adapt to many changes, including those that came with the Coronavirus and a baby brother. Here are some of the ways we have been able to make the road a little less bumpy.
In November, Federal Airlines (FedAir) announced a 50% discount as a South African Residents fare to safari landing strips as part of what they call a revolutionary new approach. I spoke to Julian Edmunds, CCO at FastJet, Zimbabwe and Federal Airlines in Johannesburg about this new approach and what we can expect in the coming months…
I love it when there’s good that comes out of a venture and that’s exactly what happened with Worcester-based Six Dogs Distillery’s latest launch: A honey-infused gin that forms part of a pioneering project to save distressed bees.
Don’t you just love the feeling of a new plant in your home? That pink orchid in the corner or the ‘Skoonma se Tong’ in that beautiful pot you just couldn’t resist. How about a mystery plant box every month? Knock-knock… SURPRISE!
2020 has been a whirlwind of a year and as we stand at the end of it, it’s time to let go, to heal, to regroup and to prepare for a new year; a new normal. Travelling as a couple might just allow you to do that and more. Here are my 5 top reasons why.
For Sincerely Anne music has just always been part of what she did and who she was. Her parents made her learn the violin and piano from a very young age. Because she was home schooled, she was able to focus a lot of her energy on getting good at music and today, she is a brilliant artist who writes her own music.
It's a village that forms part of numerous South African songs' lyrics. It's a place where the people are human and the pace is slow. Here, the air smells different; the sounds are different; the tastes are different. The village has a way of highlighting the...
You can be one of two lucky Suitcase & Chardonnay readers to WIN Jan Blohm’s latest album, JENNY!
In these uncertain times, the closest you’ll get to spotting Japan’s cherry blossoms (a bucket list item for me) is at Rockets Menlyn. Yup, now that the Jacaranda blooms are fading, you can head over to Time Square for some ceiling-high cherry blossom murals, coupled with top South African entertainment and fantastic fusion food.
Wildnerness is our special place for more than one reason and after visiting Treedom Villas & Vardos, there is yet another reason to return. From late-afternoon laziness on a daybed under the trees and cooking up a storm in the villa’s well-equipped kitchen, to taking the buggy for a spin and exploring beautiful hiking trails, this is a place that needs to be on your bucket list when it comes to travelling local.