Social gatherings don’t have to be awkward if you’re the only one not drinking. Try this list of top three non-alcoholic drinks this summer.
I'm an American and have been living in South Africa for five years. I grew up in small town America, and somewhere along the way I was bitten by the travel bug. It eventually took me to New York, California, Europe and now South Africa. Living abroad has been full of challenges and joys - but mostly it makes me appreciate the beautiful places and experiences that lie just beyond my doorstep. I hope my stories and photography are enough to make your feet itch and your mind wander.
In all its romantic splendor, Venice can be daunting to a first-time visitor. Here’s a got-to-do guide to the sinking city.
Tuscany is the Italy of our imaginations. Here are some highlights, and things to do in this beautiful part of a beautiful country.
Discovering the exuberance of fine olive oil is a travesty that I will hold Johnny Madge accountable for. A proffessional olive oil taster, Madge recently took me on a Rome tour in search of the finest olive oils.
Rome offers a dizzying number of accommodation options, and if it’s your very first visit you’ll want to choose wisely to make the most of your experience. Here are three of the nicest options possible.
Italy is known for her grand excess – it’s about food, fashion and passion. La dolce vita. Yet beneath her stilettos and all her glamour, Italia has its bunions and wrinkles, too.
The culinary maze that is Rome can be easily negotiated if you know where to go and what to do. Here is a guide of three Roman food and wine experiences not to be missed.
Priceless artworks , the Pope and ancient buildings are some of the things that have become synonymous with the city of the Vatican. Theresa Lozier begins her journey to discover the great city of Rome at its spiritual centre.
Piazzas, carbonara, cobblestones, scooters and the Colosseum. These are just a few of the well-used words that deliver visions of Rome – a place that inspires all corners of the mind with its art, its history, culture and cuisine.
For those in the know, the ‘secret’ of Constantia Glen’s wine tasting room seems like one that will not last for long. Just a 20-minute drive from the Cape Town City Bowl, it’s a stunning escape to the country in Cape Town’s backyard.