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Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 3 of Level 1, 3 October 2021


Sunday 3 October 2021, Day 3 of Level 1 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#grateful for a fabulous relaxed day, catching up on me; for a second round of sleep, savouring the silence in our building…. finally 🙏; for writing Blogposts for the week ahead, which looks to be a very busy one; for a good challenging walk combined with litter cleaning and seeing two 💙 clouds, and meeting the lovely trio of owners opening The Pottery in the former Mykonos restaurant building in Camps Bay; for bumping in to David Kramer on my walk, always wearing his little hat; and for being happy, healthy, and free. 🙏💙 Continue reading →

V&A Waterfront celebrates 30th anniversary, SA’s Top tourist attraction!


The V & A Waterfront has issued a commemorative issue of its Winter 2021 magazine to honour ‘30 years of hope, connection and the best of the V & A’.

It is a reflection on the history of the establishment of the Waterfront in 1990 as well as its growing expansion and development, the harbour area which has become South Africa’s most popular tourist attraction. Continue reading →

Corona Virus: Lockdown Journey Journal, Day 5 of Adjusted Level 2, 4 June 2021.

Friday 4 June 2021, Day 5 of Adjusted Level 2 😷

Corona Gratitude 🙏

#Grateful for a good night sleep; for a full day in my home office, opening my doors to the cats to spend most of the day outside, the longest that 7 month old Earl Grey has been outside, loving lying in the sun😻😻; for a very busy workday, organizing a Father’s Day competition, proofreading a Winelist, and doing Social Media posting; for being able to sleep like a baby when I go to bed, being so busy on weekday client meeting days💙; for a Bakoven walk with Vivian, bumping into Continue reading →

Welcome to Camps Bay, the French Riviera of Cape Town!


For my Tourist Guiding course we have to present a project about an area in the Cape Peninsula or the Wineland, depending on which tour we have been allocated a practical task. I was very lucky to have been given the area between Maidens Cove in Clifton to Llandudno, along the Atlantic Seaboard in Cape Town, the French Riviera of Cape Town. Continue reading →