We arrived late afternoon in Milan, our last stop on our honeymoon in Italy. Milan is like no other city in Italy. The train station was one of the most beautiful I have seen, decorated with beautiful art work and sculptures. Milan is also the business capital with many people who speak English so that…Read More
We always wanted to visit the home of Ferrari in Maranello so Tc pre-booked a Ferrari experience online with Motorsport prior to our visit to Italy. We asked our receptionist at our hotel in Florence what the best way to Maranello and she gladly gave us directions however little did we know that this would…Read More
The next city we visited on our honeymoon in Italy is our new favourite destination, Florence. We stayed at Atlantic Palace in Florence, the staff was very friendly and helpful, what’s even better was that the hotel was literally next to the famous Florence market, within walking distance of Santa Maria del Fiore and very…Read More
When you think of Venice, you imagine the city of canals and gondolas. While honeymooning in Venice it was interesting to find out that Venice has more than 400 bridges. These are used to navigate through the city areas on foot however there are only 4 bridges that span across the Grand Canal. On our 1st…Read More
Meletso has always had a love affair with Italy, one of Tc’s all time favourite movies is the Godfather, I love pasta and we both enjoy wine so it was a no brainer deciding where to go for our honeymoon. The only problem was the decision of what to see for first time visitors in this spectacular country.Read More
Having used a tour bus when we visited London in 2015 we were really excited to see that Citysightseeing Tours are also operating in Cape Town.
This tour bus is an amazing way to see Cape Town and it’s surrounds with the purchase of a ticket you can visit over 30 top tourist attractions.Read More
On a Sunday afternoon after some shopping at Access Park in Kennilworth on our first day in Cape Town we took a scenic drive to Muizenberg, we stopped at St. James Beach which has fantastic views of Table Mountain and the iconic colourful beach huts.Read More
First named the Cape of Storms for its notorious bad weather by the Portuguese Explorer Bartolomeu Dias, it was later named Cape of Good Hope by Portugal’s King John II.Read More
As the local saying goes if you visit Cape Town but you haven’t been up Table Mountain, you haven’t been to Cape Town.Read More
Pretoria is known as the administrative capital of South Africa but not only that there is so much to get up to in the Jacaranda city.
Here are a few of our favorite things to do in and around Pretoria:Read More