I have written about Cyrildene or the new Chinatown of Joburg several times on this blog and you can read a previous post covering some restaurants here. Whenever I crave good Chinese food, which is at least once a month, K and I head to this area. But I also like to wander around here every now and then, browsing through the shops and buying fresh tofu, Chinese greens … Continue reading Chinese Northern Foods – another gem in Cyrildene
A rainbow spotted in the Rainbow Nation! My take on this week’s challenge – ephemeral (lasting for a very short time). Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge – Ephemeral
K and I have been super excited since the day the international tour of Mamma Mia! was announced several months ago. Having seen the performance in London earlier, I was really looking forward to dancing the evening away, listening to all my favourite ABBA songs. Having booked the first day fist show, K and I spent the evening of 24th, foot-tapping and singing to some … Continue reading The Dancing Queen is in town – Mamma Mia! the Musical!
TUTANKHAMUN, possibly one of the best known of the Egyptian pharaohs, was the 11th pharaoh of the 18th dynasty and ruled from 1332 B.C to 1323 B.C. The boy king lived a very short life and died early at the age of 17 or 19 years. While his reign was of little significance in the ancient Egyptian history, the discovery of his almost intact tomb in 1922, … Continue reading Getting to Know King Tut