If you’ve been here for a while, then you may remember this post and this post about my favourite little beach town, Jeffrey’s Bay. J-Bay locals live a life centered around the ocean and surfing. That’s probably why the town has such an undeniable laid-back feel.
Supertubes has to be one of the most famous waves in the world (think the WSL championship tour) and is widely considered as the best right-hand point-break out there. It’s wild to think that for us Eastern Cape locals, it sits right here in our backyard.
Sitting right above the wave of every surfer’s dreams, is African Perfection, luxury guesthouses on Supertubes. It really doesn’t get much better than this. The guesthouses are made up of three self-catering properties and two B&B properties. When African Perfection reached out to offer a complimentary stay, the answer was a no-doubt-about-it yes, yes, yes!
Continue reading “African Perfection.”
Local travel is the best. South Africa is home to a lot of stunning, seaside gems, and Knysna is one of them. This beautiful town in the Western Cape is where we spent the weekend, 2 months ago when the mid-semester break offered us a chance to have a bit of freedom from university work. Continue reading “Knysna.”
It’s been a minute!
Sorry for what has been the longest ever hiatus from this blog! Over the next few weeks I’ll be doing some throwback posts to update you all on what I’ve been up to. 😊 Today’s post will be the first. Continue reading “The Banquet: Desmond and the Tutus.”
Sunshine, stunning seascapes and the best right-hand point break in the world – there are a lot of reasons to love Jeffrey’s Bay, but today we’ll be talking about just one: The Corona Open J-Bay. Continue reading “The Corona Open J-Bay 2019.”
Today marks exactly one week since the end of the National Arts Festival 2019, hosted in the lovely Grahamstown (Makhanda). The National Arts Festival is an event I eagerly await all year round till the June/July period arrives. It’s a (really, really) good excuse to head out for a road-trip, and more importantly, to come together with other festival-goers young and old, local and foreign, to celebrate the arts. Continue reading “The National Arts Festival 2019.”
It’s not very often that you meet someone so exceptionally talented, yet still so kind, humble, and down to earth.
Two weeks ago, I had the pleasure of interviewing Luke Rudman, an 18-year-old artist completing his matric (final year) at Grey High School. Scrolling through his Instagram page @Pseudellusion, it’s hard not to be completely blown away by the elaborate body art pieces and headpieces that he creates!
We sat down to talk about everything, from Luke’s artwork, to his view on social media, challenges he’s faced as a young creator, the ups and downs of living in Port Elizabeth, the influence of his parents – mother Sharon Rudman and late father Andre Rudman, who passed away when Luke was a 1-year-old – on his love for art, and more.
~ Continue reading “Luke Rudman: Pushing boundaries through body art.”