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.”
“If you don’t eat meat, then what do you actually eat?”
If you’re vegan or vegetarian, then you’ve probably heard at least a dozen variations of this question directed at you. The amount of skepticism shown almost always sent me into defense mode, but what I’ve come to learn is that the reason why people ask is because they genuinely want to know. Continue reading “Kindred Kitchen.”
A super sweet surprise is coming to Port Elizabeth this weekend and you don’t wanna miss it!
Continue reading “A Sweet Surprise: The Little Generosity Shop.”
Hellooo beautiful people!
I hope the week has been treating you well. ❤
Today I’ll be continuing with my series of posts on markets in Port Elizabeth. This post is dedicated to The Goodnight Market! Continue reading “The Goodnight Market.”
Happy Mondaaay, beautiful people!
I hope that the post-weekend blues aren’t getting you down and that you’re ready to take on the new week!
We’ve been attending quite a number of markets lately, so I thought that I’d do a little series of posts dedicated to all the amazing markets here and why you should check them out! Continue reading “Crossways Farmer’s Market.”