South African Food Culture

Saffas long for their heritage and culture and this can be seen clearly with the beloved South African braai which is an essential mainstay of social life across the country. Once you discover the meaty magic of the braai, you’ll never look at the humble barbecue in the same way again. South African’s are so devoted to braai’s that they…

5 places to visit in Kenya

Masai Mara National Reserve It’s a hard reality after visiting the Mara that no other wildlife parks you visit will ever live up to the Masai Mara. Going on Safari is a little like buying lottery – there’s no telling what might happen when you enter, but when you do hit the jackpot, it can be quite magical. There’s no…

New Years Eve in London

London is one of the best places in the world to be for New Year celebrations. As the clock struck 12, all the revellers in and around London were waiting with bated breath to see the fireworks. With Big Ben acting as the starting gun for the world famous firework display. 250.000 people looked up in awe at the dazzling fireworks…

Bury St Edmunds Christmas market

Once again that time of year has rolled around. It’s Christmas time. Explore the historic streets to enjoy exclusive special offers during this brilliant week-long event. Bury St Edmunds Christmas Fayre is more than just a market. With over 300 stalls situated in locations throughout the town, you’re sure to find a Christmas gift for everyone. Add in a mix of…

Hard Rock Cafe

Founded in 1971 in London by Issac Tigrett and Peter Morton. In 1979, the cafe began covering its walls with rock and roll memorabilia and a tradition that has gone on to make this chained restaurant so famous across the world. A restaurant empire that includes 191 locations and covers 59 countries. With its mouth watering burgers and its exotic…

Aquila Private Game Reserve

The western Cape really does have it all. Pristine sandy beaches, Spectacular mountain ranges, evergreen vineyards and to top it off the Western cape has some glorious game reserves. Aquila which located roughly two hours away from the centre off Cape Town and a drive that offers stunning scenery through the Matroosberg Mountains and there’s no reason for you to…

Whale watching in South Africa

There is something awe-inspiring about seeing an 80-tonne whale lift nearly two-thirds of its body vertically out of the water and then come crashing down in an explosion of spray. We watched them rolling, blowing and breaching from the safety of the Hermanus seafront. There really isn’t a better place to go whale watching that off the coast of Hermanus.…