For my next blog I thought I should write a bit on my home town, Hermanus. Considered to be the heart of the Cape Whale Coast, Hermanus has a lot to offer. And you don't have to pay an arm and a leg to enjoy the splendour of this town. So I thought I'd write about what to do if you're on a tight budget.
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Prague is probably one of my favourite European cities and should be on everyone's bucket list. Here's 10 reasons why: The architecture Old town Prague is scattered with old gothic buildings and fairytale castles. Walking through these streets takes you back in time. 2. Talking about time The Astronomical Clock in the Old Town Square... Continue Reading →
When I planned my trip to Belgium, I came across this little place called Dinant. I like to think of myself as a bit of a music buff and so I discovered the birthplace of the Saxophone. Being about an hours train ride from Brussels, this is an ideal day trip, if you don't want... Continue Reading →
After my quick visit to Paris I hopped on a train towards Brussels, Belgium. As Europe can be very expensive, especially if you're earning South African rand. So I decided I'd make my next blog on free and reasonably priced things to do in Brussels. As we basically only spent 1 day here, these things... Continue Reading →
Last year I traveled through Europe for a month, and as any Euro trip should, I made a short stop in Paris. A 24 hour one to be exact. Thus I thought I'd share my 24 hour Paris itinerary and how I fell in love with this city. We took a direct flight from Cape... Continue Reading →
Ok so White rabbit is just a pub, but to me it's a bit more like Cheers. You know the one where everybody knows your name. Why do I like this place so much? Apart from the people, the service is actually good, the drinks are cold and the food is great. Especially the pulled... Continue Reading →
When visiting the Hemel and Aarde valley between Hermanus and Caledon, Hermanuspietersfontein should be your first stop. I recently made a stop there for a quick tasting and was pleasantly surprised by the quality wines. A few of my favourites you have to try is the Kaalvoetmeisie, a light easy drinking white for those sunny days... Continue Reading →