You look quite tired. Rough weekend? Bru, it was insane! Haha! What you do? Eish! Soweto Choon the story Bru! Okay I will choon you. So you know a few weeks ago I went on a tour at like 9am. Eish, that was hectic. We finished off the night before at around 5 or something […]Read more "Soweto: A Conversation"
Jozi is fickle. But that is exactly what makes it such an amazing city. It is this fickleness that has nurtured its entrepreneurial and exploitative nature that feeds this gargantuan monster making it roar louder and stronger with each coming year. Anyway, we were on the rooftop in New Doornfontein when we overheard a post-hipster […]Read more "Troyeville Hotel: Cheap Beer and Pink Flamingos"
“Indians are the Italians of Asia and vice versa. Every man in both countries is a singer when he is happy, and every woman is a dancer when she walks to the shop at the corner. For them, food is the music inside the body and music is the food inside the heart.” Gregory David […]Read more "Thava: Indian Food (as opposed to Charou Food)"
It was the first week back after the December vacation and work was still a desert. A few lost souls still inhabited this barren land of dread and sadness. One of them was a new co-worker that recently moved to Jozi and did not have much leave. For his sins, he was hunched over his […]Read more "10 Things to Do in Jozi this year"
Oddly, the pioneers of pop-up bars in Johannesburg are Vitamin Water. It makes sense that they have been able to do that seeing that they are a product made by Coca Cola. I also have no idea how their brand stays viable seeing that their product does not have much of a competitive advantage over […]Read more "Melrose Arch: Union Bar Pop-up Store"
It seems that the most important thing in life is food. When I started this blog, I had this grand idea that it would focus on the beautiful tourist (and non-tourist) elements of this wonderful city. Alas, I have become a food reviewer. I say that like it’s a bad thing. It’s not for one […]Read more "Larnie Meats: Ooh Meat!"
I really would love to dedicate this entire blog to the love of my life. It has a rather sexy French (sounding) name and when my lips met her body, the world changed. I’m pretty sure Brian Epstein experienced less glee and less happiness when he first saw The Beatles at The Cavern. Anyway, this […]Read more "Mount Grace: Food at its best"