Tagged with nights out

Amazing Foxwood House

Amazing Foxwood House

Foxwood House is a magical place.  It’s tucked away on a leafy street in Houghton, and if a South African friend hadn’t told me about it, it is likely that I wouldn’t have heard about it during my 2 years here.  It’s Joburg’s best kept secret! We were looking for a play to see with Rob’s … Continue reading

Low tea? How oDD

Low tea? How oDD

Sometimes all this blogging pays off.  I had about 20 seconds of fame today.  People knew who I was… …well kind of.  They called me Martina-in-Jozi, but what the hell?!  It’s kind of the same thing.  I had been invited by my favourite cafe ’round these parts – The oDD Cafe – to their inaugural Low Tea.  High … Continue reading

Stranded at the drive in, branded such a fool….

Stranded at the drive in, branded such a fool….

…what will they say, Monday at school?!  Saaandy, baaaby, I’m i….right, must stop that, but I absolutely cannot think of a drive in without thinking of Grease! I don’t usually blog about something that another Jozi blogger has recently published.  The thing is, the Velskoen Drive In Cinema needs to be written about as it is … Continue reading

Go forth and watch drag

Go forth and watch drag

There is this awesome website that I discovered when I first moved to SA called Rave Review.  I go there to check all the latest fads, restaurants and cool things in Jozi.  They run competitions regularly and my motto is “You have to be in it to win it”.  Well, I entered the comp to … Continue reading

Stranger Danger

Stranger Danger

I’ve been in Joburg for almost 3 months now and before the move I was so worried that I would just be stuck in my house whilst Rob was at work, being a boring house wife with no friends and nothing interesting to do.  We would only know 2 couples in this place, and I … Continue reading

Starfish Long Long Table Dinner charity event

Starfish Long Long Table Dinner charity event

Last night I brushed my hair for the first time in a month, slapped on some make up and attended the most awesome event.  It was an annual fundraiser for the Starfish Great Hearts Foundation in aid of orphaned and vulnerable children.  The event was previously held in Melville, but has now grown so large that it … Continue reading