Argentinean Patagonia: the ‘lonely planet’

Tuesday, 23 June 2015

  Patagonia is known as the ‘lonely planet’ and is one of Argentina’s best tourist destinations, thanks to its beautiful costal treasures, dazzling glaciers, and incredible wildlife.

Dublin: world’s friendliest country

Saturday, 13 June 2015

Dublin is the capital of the Republic of Ireland and is also its largest city. In 2011 only, Ireland was voted as the favourite holiday destination in the word and friendliest country.

City Vibes

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

 What to do for Father’s Day in Pretoria For many of us, our dads have always been our anchor during the storms of life. They believed in us, inspired us and protected us. Treat your dad to a scrumptious meal this Father’s Day at one of these restaurants: Rosemary Hill Rosemary Hill’s Father’s Day celebration will take place at 15 June at 12 p.m. Enjoy canapés and drinks on arrival and indulge in a delicious buffet. You’re welcome to bring your own wine while you listen to live entertainment by AlBaiden. Cost for adults will be R245 per person and R95 per person for children under 12. Contact Rosemary Hill on 012-802-0052 or email them at for more information.

Visiting Modern Casa

Saturday, 06 June 2015

Casablanca is Morocco’s largest city where the country’s and North Africa’s largest port is located. It is also the most cosmopolitan of Morocco’s cities, with nightclubs, fast food restaurants and chains of boutiques. You simply have to visit Anfa, Casablanca’s market area. Boulevard Mohammed V, situated downtown, has kept its arcades under which shops and restaurants abound for almost 2 km. Mohammed V also has a large fountain

Tanzania: Africa’s rooftop

Friday, 22 May 2015

  Tanzania occupies a high position in the list of the world’s leading tourist destinations. The country boasts world class icons like the Serengeti, Ngorongoro and the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro, also called Africa’s rooftop.  Tanzania also is home to many famous national parks.

Top tips on how to save money on your wedding- Part II

Tuesday, 19 May 2015

    Part one of how to save money on your wedding was published on Saturday, 16 May. Herewith part two.      Music   A brilliant way to save money is to create your own play list on your iPod or MP3 player. Ask guest to RSVP with one or two favourite songs and voila! Your wedding play list will be perfect enough for you to ditch the DJ!       Décor & Flowers   Use vases that only fit a single stem – beauty lies in simplicity. If you’d rather have larger vases, use more greenery than flowers and bulk your centre pieces up with candles, wild flowers or extra greenery. Stick to one or two kinds of flowers and choose less costly flowers. Include non-florals like lanterns or tea candles.     Wedding stationary   Wedding stationary can cost an arm and a leg, especially if you opt for handmade paper or using a designer. Rather set up a user-friendly wedding website and share and update all the wedding details online. It’s as easy as that.     Dress, suits & bridesmaids