• South Africa’s most romantic cities (for single people)

    A post on South Africa’s most romantic cities is probably not a post that you’d expect to read from a single blogger. Here’s the deal, you don’t have to be in love with someone else to be romantic (you could also be in love with life or yourself). One of the many meanings of being romantic is to have an idealised view of life. Here are South Africa’s most romantic cities as decided by me and some of the romantic spots for you to visit. Port Elizabeth Surely you’d expect me to put the ever so lovely and beautiful Port Elizabeth on this list. St George’s Park As I grow my…

  • A System Professionals and Salon Nouvo experience

    Late last year I attended the Port Elizabeth media launch of System Professional hair products at Nouvo salon in Walmer. I also received a few products to try and I’ll review them at the end. System Professional products allow dull and limp hair to be reborn and feel like virgin hair. According to the brand, each individual has a hair energy profile that is as unique as our fingerprints (even if you’re a twin). So basically because each person has a different hair profile, different products will work for different people. The products work towards rebuilding your energy profile and this is done through an Energycode mapping. After the launch,…

  • Go Beauty & Soft Touch Wellbeing, Health, Wellness and Detox Studio Review

    This is not your standard beauty review. I was recently asked by Go Beauty to review Soft Touch Wellbeing,Health Wellness and Detox Studio. The Port Elizabeth based studio specializes in natural holistic and alternative treatments. Go Beauty Nicknamed, the Uber for Beauty, the Go Beauty app and website is designed to make your life simpler. GoBeauty started as a service on the cellular app WeChat. If you’re like me, and never really got into WeChat, you’ll be happy to know that Go Beauty now also has a website, where you can do your bookings. Sign up is super easy as you can use your Facebook account, which is what I did. Whether you…

  • A taste sensation at Radisson Blu’s Tabu restaurant in Port Elizabeth

    I was recently invited to the Radisson Blu’s Tabu restaurant in Port Elizabeth to taste and experience their new menu. It’s been a while since I last wrote about the hotel, and although I have been back to the restaurant since my last post, it was before the renovations. The restaurant is not just open to hotel guests, it’s also open to the public. Situated on the first floor of the seaside hotel, Tabu restaurant epitomises style and chic, with a touch of elegance and luxury. The restaurant over looks the hotel’s pristine pool and  coastline along Pollok Beach. The media launch was perfectly timed for us to see the…

  • Tips for finding accommodation in Port Elizabeth

    The skies are bluer, air warmer and days longer. Summer has officially arrived in Nelson Mandela Bay. If you’re coming to the region, but haven’t yet found accommodation, best you read this post and get booking soon! Here are some nifty tips on finding accommodation in Port Elizabeth. These will suit your budget and holiday plans. Where you’d want to stay would be dependent on whether you’ll be coming for business or leisure and what your activities will be. Port Elizabeth like every other coastal city gets crowded in the summer with visitors from other countries and provinces. To make the most of your experience, it’s best to ensure that your…