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What makes a location Insta-worthy? This is the question many millennials are asking themselves when choosing where to go on holiday. In fact, surveys show that 40% of people under 33 years old now factor in how ‘Instagrammable’ their chosen destination will be before booking their flights. So, what makes something Instagrammable? The truth is that a combination of beauty, popularity, originality and cuteness all factor into what makes a photo Insta-worthy. Sometimes it can come down to the search algorithm, and at other times, one picture is capable of

“Located on Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard, Romney Park is one of the area’s architectural gems.” Romney Park, a historical 5-star hotel, recently refurbished into 26 luxurious sectional-title apartments where modern interiors meet traditional architecture. Situated on the highly sought-after Atlantic Seaboard. Checking into Romney Park Checking-in was fast and effortless, just the way I like it! After acquiring my keys and checking-in my luggage, the staff gave me a short tour around the hotel. Before we dive into more details about Romney Park, I have to compliment the staff on the attentive and

As the name suggests it brings a feast of fabulous flavours to the table, all artfully orchestrated with Creation wines to make the taste buds hum with pleasure! Fresh, locally sourced produce and inventive combinations are imaginatively presented to offer a unique taste adventure. Creation Wines: a heavenly location Creation Wines is located in the Walker Bay wine region on the Hemel-en-Aarde route. A mere 30-minute drive from Hermanus, or just under 2-hours drive from Cape Town. This wine estate offers visitors breathtaking views with an award-winning food and wine

Naturally, this media invite to experience a helicopter flight was welcomed with excitement and fear. 2018 was a year of many firsts, and I wanted to end it on a high note (no pun intended). There’s no doubt that the flight with Cape Town Helicopters was one of the highlights of my year and I faced my fear of heights. Hanging out at the East Pier The 30 minute Two Oceans Scenic flight was scheduled for 13h30. We arrived at 13h00 to sign in and complete a short safety presentation.

There’s a stillness that surrounds Grande Provence, which lies in the valley of Franschhoek. It has the Je Ne Sais Quoi -a distinctive beauty that surrounds the estate. Everything is mesmerizing and bold, from the long entrance into the estate to the art pieces sculpted by Anton Smit. Anton Smit, a renowned South African artist selected Grande Provence as an exclusive venue to display his sculptures. His abstract work uses mostly steel, metal, fiberglass and bronze. These sculptures evoke themes of suffering, reconciliation, glory and sublimation which adds to the

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