The Transatlantic Voyager: Mondrian London Open since September 2014, Mondrian London at Sea Containers enjoys a killer position perched on the edge of the Thames, next to The Tate Modern, London Eye, National Theatre, and close to Borough Market, with St Paul's a fleeting five-minute walk away. It's not so much about the tourist attractions themselves - it's more the energy...
Tintswalo Atlantic: Fighting fire with fire In early March 2015, fires swept their way across the Cape Peninsula with a momentum that seemed unstoppable at times. As help poured in from across the country, the city's dwellers followed - some obsessively - the heroic stories of firefighters, volunteers and community and the tragic losses of life, wildlife and nature. But...
The Thief of Time London. 48 hours. Just enough time to write a story on what England's capital has to offer South African travelers. One significant perk - fortune had favoured me as Corinthia London cordially invited me to stay in their acclaimed hotel. I knew of it from the hotel's launch in 2011 which had caused quite a stir. And indeed,...
The Garden Route takes the lion's share of the glory when it comes to the Western Cape's claim to being among the world's most beautiful. But those in the know in South Africa also quietly celebrate the lesser known treasures of the west coast's N7 and the R62 into the Karoo. The arid scrub of the Karoo extends for hundreds of...
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