Jeppestown Graffiti – City of Gold Festival

In the beginning of October, Joburg hosted the City of Gold Festival – a graffiti and urban arts festival that included international as well as local artists. I wrote about it briefly in my earlier post. The main aim of this festival is to make Johannesburg a graffiti destination and to dispel the negative notions associated with this art form. During the festival, I took a walking tour of Jeppestown … Continue reading Jeppestown Graffiti – City of Gold Festival

Prague – A City I Did NOT Like Very Much

Prague was pretty as a picture. It was the last stop on our 10-day holiday and I was really looking forward to it. BUT – I did not like it. There I said it. Gasp, breathe, gulp…and continue reading…. 1) Super crowded and overly touristy I am not saying Prague wasn’t pretty or that its history and architecture were not fascinating. The Old Town Square, which … Continue reading Prague – A City I Did NOT Like Very Much

Shanghai Hinabe – For the Real Hot Pot

This post has been long overdue. K and I ate at Shanghai Hinabe almost two months ago (and haven’t stopped thinking about it!), but I did not get a chance to share this with you until now. So here goes! As the name suggests, Shanghai Hinabe is a Chinese restaurant located in Parkmore. But it is not your usual Chinese eatery…this place is the ONLY … Continue reading Shanghai Hinabe – For the Real Hot Pot