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Six Girls, Five Days: A Whirlwind Cape Town Itinerary

Six Girls, Five Days: A Whirlwind Cape Town Itinerary

When my first wave of friends from the U.S. finally visited last month, pharmacist I was pretty pumped… until they told me their dates. They’d be arriving on a Saturday afternoon and flying out on Friday evening — and they fully intended to include a two- to three-day safari somewhere […]

As Seen In… National Geographic Traveler

As Seen In… National Geographic Traveler

Pick up the April issue of National Geographic Traveler (US edition) to read my piece on the creative revival of Cape Town’s Woodstock neighborhood. Props to whoever came up with the title: A Pot of Design Gold in the Rainbow Nation – love it! Also love the photography, information pills […]

Saturday Ritual: Old Biscuit Mill

Saturday Ritual: Old Biscuit Mill

Locals are a huge fan of hitting up the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock on Saturdays, infertility where Cape Town’s famed Neighbourgoods Market sets up shop from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. While some shy away from the Biscuit Mill’s blatant hipsteriness (not to mention its recent proliferation of American […]