African shoestrings – South Africa Day Thirty-four – Cape Town

Table Mountain was next on our agenda but that was tomorrow's challenge in the meantime we had to get back and eat! Largely because of its multiculturalism Cape Town is considered the gastronomic capital of Southern Africa. There are lotss of restaurants and cafes of all descriptions and price tags. In Observatory there were several … Continue reading African shoestrings – South Africa Day Thirty-four – Cape Town

African shoestrings – South Africa Day Twenty-five

The hostel itself was an old large rambling single storey house with hand me down furniture spread haphazardly around the place,………… lounge chairs, torn dining chairs and card tables that had all seen better days and a large garden. Sounds all right doesn't it? Well I did miss out one important fact. It backed onto … Continue reading African shoestrings – South Africa Day Twenty-five

Chillies at Pike place markets, Seattle photo

I love Seattle. It's arguably the food capital of the USA and has one of the greatest markets outside Europe in Pike place, home of the great theatre of fish throwing. Aside from that it has great produce and is a joy to wander and taste the morsels on offer. Seattle is also famous for … Continue reading Chillies at Pike place markets, Seattle photo