This is not an age-restricted story, but it should be. There is no sex, violence or drugs (unless you consider chocolate a drug, because it features very prominently in this story). There is some bad language but I’ll spare you that part …
In this week’s Lockdown Life I chat to Joy-Anne Bromilow, the owner of Faithjuice in Noordhoek. Our sons were at Westerford together and I’ve been visiting Joy’s little juice bar for years.
There’s a crooked little café on a Cape Point farm that will take you back to a time when food was real and people asked your name. In fact the owners of The Scone Shack, Karl and Cara Odendaal, will ask for your name before inviting you to relax and sample their scones served with homemade pineapple and ginger jam.
The Scone Shack is top of my pops and a new discovery, The Pink Geranium, is a brand-new entry into the Scone Route. We stopped in to look at the gardens and discovered there were scones in the oven and they were coming out in two minutes
Mindfulness teacher Monique Rodgers, 27, strikes a pose for conscious yoga
Pat Featherstone, the founder of Soil for Life, talks about her wild and free childhood surrounded by women who grew food, her love of teaching and a world filled with home gardeners.
I chat to eco architect Das Lyon who lives on the Garden Route
In this week’s Lockdown Life I chat to Garth Tavares, AKA The Cape Town Vegan.
Garth Tavares, also known as the Cape Town Vegan, is a busy musical theatre lecturer, piano man and voice coach who uses social media to document his ‘perfectly imperfect’ vegan life in Cape Town.
Climate activist Busisiwe Mgangxela shares her passion for living a greener life