The Native Espresso Bar, both indulgent yet unassuming, has reaffirmed Cape Town’s appreciation for the coffee culture expanding in every food district across the Western Cape. With a select menu of finely crafted coffees and deli-style bites, it’s at-ease nature easily accommodates the city-explorer seeking refuge from the city bustle, while simultaneously offering the opportunity for basking in some of the locale’s culture and scenery. If inspiration is what you seek, perhaps a quiet corner can help unlock the inner wordsmith – plug ports at various points all but welcome the freelance writer to lock-down for an hour or two. … READY, SET, ESPRESSO
Fuego, a taqueria situated among one of Cape Town’s most frequented food hub districts, provides more than just decadent, dreamy interiors – which is what probably first grabs your attention. After a few rounds of overwhelming mouthfuls of amazing foods, it’s this delicious taste of Latin cuisine that will have us shortly returning again … FEATURING FUEGO EATERY
This past Sunday, THE MINIMALE BLOGGER ventured out for a little sightseeing with Jeremy Howard, director of Energy Tours in Cape Town, South Africa. On our day-trip we visited a few destinations in hopes of capturing some of the best the Western Cape has to offer. Below are my favorites picks from the day. … A ROAD TRIP WITH ENERGY TOURS
Today’s post features a Spring inspired lookbook shot at the beach. I actually mapped this look out in my head first and was so pleased to see how it turned out. The overall finish is relaxed and really comfortable too, while the light colors and fabrics are perfect for warmer days.
I paired my outfit with simple leather flats and my go-to faux leather backpack. Spending the day frolicking around in the waves with family was so much fun, and now I’m really counting the days until summer gets here. … SEA BREEZE & WHITE LINEN
I was lucky enough to win a ticket to this year’s lavish Mercedes Benz Cape Town Fashion Week (MBCTFW) event through a giveaway hosted by the lovely Qaanita of Paper Doll’s Diary and the kind folks over at Vita Coco. Luck was still on my side, and after the first evening, I was invited back the next day by a good friend who works in the industry.