22/11/2016 ChandreBo

I have a love-hate relationship with markets. I’m not a flea-market person, but mostly because I feel that you end up seeing the same thing over and over again. Going to the Hazelwood food market in Pretoria for a friend’s birthday introduced me to how interesting and creative markets can be. My family also loved going to that market when they were visiting on a Saturday. But then we moved to Johannesburg, and I felt like a duck out of familiar waters. Johannesburg has no shortage of different markets. On a whim, we started with the Rosebank Sunday Market The Setting…

14/11/2016 ChandreBo

When it comes to dining in Paris, I feel like we have truly done the full spectrum. From super-fancy-you-can’t-dine-without-a-jacket to buying bread and cheese at a local Franprix to make sandwiches in our hotel room. Notably, the sandwiches happened the night after we had the fancy meal with a jacket and we were feeling exceptionally poor. So here are a few of my tips on eating on your trip to Paris! Wine, baguette, tartare sausage and olives in the Opera District of Paris The most important meal of the day: Coffee If you just ask for coffee…