This is the actual definition of “better late than never”, a throwback post if you will, but I just had to write about this cute little place! Like it was too good not to write about so here I am over a month later…
About a week or two ago, my Mom, sister and I took a little road-trip to Tsitsikamma! I thought I’d share some pictures to hopefully convince you to visit if you’ve never been! It really is the most beautiful place I have ever seen, and what I’d give for everyone to get a chance to see and experience it! I really do hope to come back someday, though I fear I may never leave! Continue reading “The Road-trip Diaries: Tsitsikamma”
Happy New Year’s Eve!!!!
How are you feeling? I’m scared and excited at the same time – the usual end of year feeeeellls! Continue reading “2017: My year in pictures”
I turned 21 on the 18th! I figured with this post, hey, better late than never! Continue reading “Turning 21.”
MEERRRY CHRISTMAAAAAASSSSS MY LOVES!!
Especially my fellow Christians *insert ‘Go Jesus, it’s your birthday meme* lol. ❤
I wait all year for December to arrive. All year. It is undeniably the best month of the year, especially if you live here in the Southern hemisphere because it marks the official arrival of summer. Continue reading “Merry, Merry Christmas!!”
I love music. I love music with every fiber of my being. And I think almost all of us do, we all have this unique and personal relationship with music. Our music preferences, our music histories, the music we grew up with or were surrounded by and influenced by, are all different.
Some of us are enthusiastic listeners, others are lucky enough to be avid concert-goers, and some are even creators themselves. Either way, all our music stories are so, so important as a whole, not just to the industry itself but to who we are as people, as individuals that could never be replaced. This is my music story:
This is actually one of the most long overdue restaurant reviews I have ever written, so here we go!
Cobblestone Bakery & Coffee Shop!
Another one of Walmer’s gems. If I had to use two words to describe Cobblestone, they would be comfort food.
This neighborhood restaurant has such a cosy, welcoming feel, and if those words had a taste, it’d be their food. It feels home made, as if you went over to your mom or your friend or your grandma’s place and they sat down and cooked and served you a meal. There’s just such a personal feel to this place, compared to other restaurants. There’s no over the top decor, or a menu I can’t understand, it’s all so simple and straight to the point. Continue reading “Cobblestone.”