Sea Point - Atlantic Seaboard

Once derelict concrete grain silos in Cape Town's docklands reinvented as spectacular art, fashion and design venue
Nov. 08, 2017
Creating beauty and fashion on location can be either a dream or a nightmare.  I have used my makeup brushes in public toilets, abandoned buildings, harsh terrain as well as five star hotels. Believe … Keep reading →
GATE 69- All Seat belt signs are off. Dennie checks out the home of Cathy and The Trolley Dollies in downtown Cape Town
May. 21, 2017
I first set eyes on Cathy Specific whilst working on a Marks and Spencers photo shoot.  I was dressing hair for a street scene on Bree, down town when suddenly I saw this 8ft tall female, hourglass figure … Keep reading →
Tango in Sneakers: Sunday Sea Point Social
May. 02, 2017
Cape Town’s Sea Point Pavillion, a meeting place steeped in history can either be a great place to begin your experience of the day or to be your final destination with its fresh air and dazzling light … Keep reading →
The Crystal Method: mobile, wearable, long-lasting, mystical properties. Rock as the ultimate hardware.
May. 01, 2017
I am one of those people that pick up stones and shells when I am travelling. I will carry one in my pocket all day turning it over in my hand, rubbing my thumb on the cool surface, I find it calming. … Keep reading →
Heavy, laden with soul at Odeon: South African functional art to sip from, sprawl on, pore over
Apr. 26, 2017
A visit to the Watershed  at the V & A Waterfront is a must  The Odeon is my favourite store. I love to just stand inside and marvel at the ceramics that have been hand crafted by the very best local … Keep reading →
Something Light: South African animals take time out from being wild to mess around with with colour, context and unpowered flight
Mar. 21, 2017
A few years ago I was visiting Cape Town and received the most wonderful birthday present, an original painting of Nelson Mandela, colourful, fun and unique. The master of my gift is fine artist Deziree … Keep reading →
Made in South Africa: Gifts and souvenirs with so much heart and soul, they're almost conscious
Feb. 28, 2017
Shopping in Cape Town is refreshing for visitors coming from a world where nearly all things have been made in China. Globalisation has squashed originality with brand identities ruling product placement … Keep reading →
A light meal at Dalliance, Victoria Wharf
Jan. 23, 2017
I have noticed that there is only one restaurant that everyone talks about in the V&A shopping mall at the Waterfront but I was not impressed. firstly I don’t like the idea of dining in a shopping mall … Keep reading →
Young, gifted and edible: Meet the delicious produce of the Oranjezicht City Farm Market
Nov. 16, 2016
There are a few markets to visit in Cape town on a Saturday morning depending on your mood, but If you really want to embrace the local foodie culture where families and friends gather with children ( … Keep reading →
Perfect Sea Point morning
May. 15, 2012
An appointment to see a Sea Point studio on the beach front went awry so we ended up sitting here sipping coffee from polystyrene coffee cups at the the tent of coffee and all day breakfast next to the … Keep reading →
How To: Get Cellular, mobile, data and internet in Cape Town
Dec. 05, 2010
Cellular, mobile service providers available are MTN, Vodacom, Cell C, Virgin Mobile and Telkom. To get going quickly and easily go for a prepaid service option. I would recommend Vodacom for the … Keep reading →
Sea Point Pizza, Pasta Tricks Eye of Diners
Oct. 05, 2008
Here we are in Sea Point again, one block down from Grandma in Bordeaux and almost looking over Hotel le Vèndôme where new model Benzos disgorged new model generals … Keep reading →
Cape Town land and areas
Jul. 21, 2008
The bulk of Table Mountain hulking over you like a gigatonne heavyweight sandstone bodyguard; flanked by its three more diminutive henchmen, Devil’s Peak, Signal … Keep reading →