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The top three coffee shops in Stellenbosch

Why do human beings love the zingy taste of coffee so much? Perhaps it’s the alluring aroma of freshly roasted coffee beans, or the unhealthy affair with caffeine that many individuals find themselves enthralled in. While there are undoubtedly numerous coffee shops that are able to quench your insatiable thirst for a delicious cup of…

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Floral Foods – 17 edible flowers

The wintery weather is finally starting to melt away and sunbeams are gradually getting warmer – spring is on the way! Budding blossoms have begun to burgeon, adding subtle pops of colour in household gardens, along roadsides and in botanical grounds, looking positively delightful and good enough to eat. This spring, why not spruce up…

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V & A Feature: Karibu Restaurant

The V&A Waterfront undoubtedly ranks as one of Cape Town’s top sights to see. Located at the heart of the Mother City’s working harbour, the area bustles with activity all year round and with so many attractions to participate in, it can be difficult to sample every restaurant and activity available for perusal. But it’s…

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Catch the caffeine culture

Walk out onto one of the streets in your neighbourhood. Look left and then right. Chances are you have seen at about five or more coffee shops. Around you people stand, grasping their coffee cups; their aid to get the day started. What about your office? More than half of your co-workers’ desks are home…

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Where to dine in Stellenbosch

The whimsical and enchanting town of Stellenbosch is renowned for its unmatched beauty. The mature oak trees and white-washed Stellenbosch guesthouses, retaining the Dutch homestead style, line the broad roads and bubble over with a charm unlike any other. As the second oldest town in the country, its history peeps through at every turn and…