So let’s list what I took to Oppikoppi: No towel No thermal underwear No warm jackets No blanket No alarms (and no surprises) No water No food No buff (what the hell is a buff anyway?) No ticket (HAHA! But okay, I sorted that one out) No booze No toilet paper No cap No flux […]Read more "Oppikoppi 2013: The Dust that made up the Hours of Bewilderbeast"
I remember the first gig I ever attended. My folks were in town and they took me along to the BAT Centre beautifully situated on the esplanade alongside the harbour side in Durban. I was around 12 years old and was ridiculously excited that I would see a live band play live! Yes! Live! In […]Read more "World of Yamaha: Just Music Sessions"
I’m not too sure how to construct this blog. I think you should have been to the Puma Social Club already. It’s probably the most fantastic establishment that has graced Jozi in quite a while. Everything about it is pure fantasticness. Located in Braamfontein above the prettiest of restaurants, Narina Trogon, it’s accessed through a […]Read more "Being Hip in Braamfontein: Puma Social Club"
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"
I’ve considered blogging about Soccer City before buts it’s a difficult location to blog about. You can’t just go there on a random Tuesday afternoon and hope to feel the same vibe. The stadium was built in the late 1980s by the bank FNB for the express use as a soccer stadium to house the […]Read more "Soccer City: Linkin Park"
It’s SPRING! Global Warming, however, has meant it has been spring for a few weeks already but seeing that it is only the beginning, there still is the chill in the air that makes you always carry a jersey to your car every morning. Spring does mean that the great outdoors is fair game. I […]Read more "Spring! Emmarentia Dam"
I had a teacher in primary school that used to bring her own chalk to class. It was the dust-free type which was apparently better for your sinuses. I didn’t really understand the reasoning behind this as there still lingered a cloud of dust from previous lessons all over the classroom. I guess, though, this […]Read more "Maboneng: Chalkboard and Music at The Bioscope"