The Fugard: The Rocky Horror Show

When we were younger, my mother and grandmother absolutely loved The Rocky Horror Picture Show. They would watch it over and over again on the VCR. Even though I was born more than 10 years after the release, I probably knew every song- I now realise how inappropriate that was. The original Rocky Horror Picture…

Club Eden, Gangnam, Seoul

Being a massive Depeche Mode fan, my friend had to see DJ Fletch (aka Andy Fletch, co-founder of Depeche Mode). He was doing a world tour and one of his stops was at Club Eden at the Ritz-Carlton Hotel in the Gangnam District. Club Eden is without a doubt one of the poshest clubs I’ve…

O-frikkin-rania

I’ve been suprised by the amount of South Africans who have not even heard of Orania. A quick look at Wikipedia will give you the town history. Basically, in 1990 (about the time apartheid laws were being repealed and Madiba was released from prison), about 40 Afrikaner families bought a private piece of land. The…

Cape Town CBD- Haiku Asian Tapas

I must admit, the husband and I do not have the most adventurous of palates. We tend to stick to Indian cuisines when dining out (I know, terribly boring). For his birthday we decided to try something a little different. Finding Halaal- friendly and more upmarket restaurants can be difficult. On top of that, I…

Woodstock: Chandani (Indian Cuisine)

Chandani, an Indian restaurant in the heart of Woodstock (Cape Town), boasts of tasteful and delightful of Indian cuisine. Their slogan is “Come taste the moonlight.” I was considering this venue as a possible celebration retreat as its halaal friendly, prices are reasonable and who doesn’t like a good, old curry! Due to many bad…