I love new places, and it feels as if a new restaurant pops up every other day here in Walmer, Port Elizabeth! I don’t think I can keep up at this point, lol. But being spoilt with so much choice is a pretty good problem to have (I think)! Continue reading “Holiday Coffee Company.”
We had the pleasure of having breakfast at Brioche Food and Coffee one cold, but bright winter morning a couple weeks ago! Continue reading “Breakfast at Brioche.”
Helloooo beautiful people! 😊🌻
Hope you’ve had a lovely week! Just thought I’d drop by and share a post about our little trip to J-Bay!
Helloooo beautiful people! 😊
Hope you’re having an amazing holiday if you’ve got a holiday, and that the winter weather isn’t treating you too harshly if you live here in the Southern Hemisphere! Continue reading “The Grahamstown National Arts Festival 2018”
I’m not the biggest fan of rainy days, but I have to admit that there’s something about the atmosphere of cold, brooding weather that breathes life into certain places, transforms them into otherworldly wonderlands in the midst of the dark. It’s as if the rain comes down to bring them new life. Continue reading “Apron Strings.”
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…
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.”