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Joburg, Life, Travel

Circa Gallery

What are your favourite places to walk around or escape to in Johannesburg? I have a few but by far one of my all time favourites is the Circa Gallery. I’m no art critic but I think Circa always has some…

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Life, Travel

Nan Hua Temple

What comes to mind when you think of Bronkhorstspruit? The Dam, farms, mining, you probably thought about all of those, Buddhist Temple however didn’t cross your mind, not even close.The Nan Hua Temple is a Buddhist Temple in what some might deem the…

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Creation Wines

The Hemel and Aarde Ridge translates directly to Heaven and Earth Ridge, it’s only fitting then that one of the loveliest Wine Farms in the region be called Creation. Creation wines, was…well created by JC and the lovely Carolyn who turned…

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Joburg, Life, Travel

Lebo’s Backpackers

Here’s the deal I’m by no means a closed-minded individual, I love Joburg, I walk the city and I sure as hell don’t think that Maboneng and Braamfontein are real reflection of Johannesburg. What I don’t know much about is…

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The Sheds @1Fox

What happens when two people who love Joburg find a block of empty warehouses in Joburg?The Sheds @1Fox thats what. 1 Fox is the lovechild of Gerald Garner (my hero) and Jan Roodeand will develop into a hub of restaurants, shops,…

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Life

31 Days of Instagram @zenoshoots

Zeno Petersen is by far one of my favourite Instagrammers both locally and internationally, his pictures speak for themselves, each telling their own incredibly moving stories unique to South Africa. 1. What is your handle? @zenocine 2. What do you do…

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Mama Mexicana

My first experience with Mexican food was when my lovely friend Fran from Texas in the US held a Mexican themed party, so it’s safe to say the bar for Mexican food was set extremely high and Mama Mexicana is…

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86 Public

It sounds like a line out of a Warren Buffet book, “Stick to what you know and do it well,” and while it might not always be true when it comes to one of my new favourite pizzerias it’s definitely…

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Tatsuro Kiuchi

Since travelling to Japan last year  I’ve been obsessed with the Japanese culture and the amazing artists influenced by it. I recently discovered the work of Tatsuro Kiuchi.  Tatsuro was born in Tokyo where he studied biology and later moved over to…

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