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A few days ago I told you all about my love for the movies (and my magnificent rendition of Under the Sea) and I’m sure by now you’re all sick of hearing about how I love all things vintage, but never in a million years did I think I would find a place where I could enjoy both of those loves at the same time! Last night I discovered Morells Manor House and their magical Vintage Movie Nights and was blown away by the experience. For the gentlemen reading this, if y...

A Night Under The Stars

  I’ve always loved water parks, mostly because nothing makes you behave more like a kid than sliding down giant waterslides into a big body of water. My family and I used to make an annual trip to Sun City each December and (obviously) the thing I looked forward to the most was The Vall... My New Favourite Summer Kid’s Party Venue!    

  I’ve always loved hotels - there’s just something magical about being in the hotel bubble that makes you feel like everything is so much better than anything you experience at home. Food tastes better, beds are a million times more comfortable, and you don’t have to make your be... The Maslow Meets All Your Needs!    

  I thought I was hallucinating on Saturday afternoon. I visited Juta Street in Braamfontein and all down the street there were crazies decked out in beach attire, slathered in sunblock and carrying swimming towels and cooler boxes. After plucking up the courage to ask one of them what in goat&rsqu... The Beach Has Come to Joburg!    

    The GardenShop in Bryanston has always been a favourite venue for Kayla and I. So when their Hedgehog Lane kids’ venue moved to Northgate last year, I was quite gutted. Well, the good news is that a new restaurant has since been added, as well as other (free ... Such a cost-effective play venue for kids    

  I tend to visit Montecasino mostly for their theatre offering or the fabulous Skoobs bookstore, but I don't always take advantage of the many restaurants on offer. Last night I discovered Red Dot Café; they like to keep things simple there and I ... Short Rib Panini, Meatball wrap and a brilliant salad bar!    

  I love the Hobart Shopping Centre with every fibre of my materialistic being. So when I saw a book store called Novel Books tucked away in the corner, I knew it was going to be a winner. A novel kind of book store    

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