It’s no secret that I am a fan of the good confectionery life. I love good cupcakes, fantastic muffins, not so much a fan of custard donuts but will do a couple of laps in the pool for some majestic cocktail cinnamon donuts. It would be next level naïve to think that there are no… Read More Cake It On – A very basic guide to the good cake spots in CT
Paris is known to be the land rich in romance and fashion – both of which I am heavily deficient in. I can’t dress to save the next persons life. If we were in a do or die situation dependent on my general dress code – I’d cash in on your life insurance policy. This… Read More Nigga in Paris: Crépe’ing On the Streets
Welcome to Calabar. Just as busy as Lagos, but at the same time a lot calmer. My uncle Chris likened it to the Cape Ton of Nigeria. So, the flight from here on out were much calmer. No stress, no sprinting and no rushes. Which actually led me to the substantiated conclusion that I don’t… Read More Cool, Calm and Collected (guappp) in Calabar
After many hours and countless plane snacks, we’re in Nigeria, Lagos. ( Quick note: British and American Nigerian boys are so, SO hot. Looking like that vegan, nut free pet friendly organic olive oil kinda deep 95% dark chocolate. Wow. Best, flight ever. It was basically a student flight consisting of the above-mentioned. #blessed) I… Read More Learning and (short term) Living in Lagos
I am what is commonly known as a half cast – two parents from two different countries. However, these two countries are far apart from each other as they are different. My mom is South African Zulu / Swati and my dad is Nigerian Igbo / Igbo lol. So having been in SA all my… Read More The Fatherland
In the second week of September, Lou Lou’s Bar in green point decided to make it’s official opening known to the streets of Cape Town. Situated in the absolute heart of the city, Lou Lou’s can be found on the second floor of the Cape Quarter (near Spar).