Hey guys. How’ve you been? Oh my gosh I can’t believe this month has flown this quickly. Like I’m seated here typing this and wondering where the past 30 days went to. I’ve been super super busy with school this month and I feel like I’ve neglected my blog a bit but school has to come first hey. Anyway, last weekend I decided to take a break from the normal busy work schedule and let loose with my friends. If you’re subscribed to my YouTube channel (which you should be) and watch my videos then you probably know my good friend Sally. Her special friend Kevin is visiting Cape Town and this has given us excuses to tour this beautiful city.
We drove up to Stellenbosch, which is the home of wine and vineyards in South Africa, to attend a popular food market called Root 44. I’ve been there before a couple of years back and I did a write up of it here on my blog. However, today I wanna focus more on reviewing the market.
It’s set on such a beautiful compound. The market has a wide variety of products from clothes, art, jewellery, food, wine, local beer, the list is endless. We typically just went for the food as it was lunch time. The food is all gourmet and quite affordable for the quantity and quality. There’s usually live music as well. However, last Saturday was chilly. I guess they didn’t expect quite a turnout of people and so no musicians were booked for the afternoon. We ate, drank, laughed, posed for the camera and had a lovely afternoon. We then drove down to Sea Point which boasts the most gorgeous sunsets EVER to watch the sunset before heading out for a night out.
With the changing weather comes a change in clothes. My rain coats and overalls have come out from hiding so expect to see more of these in my outfit posts. This whole outfit is actually thrifted from various markets in Nairobi, Kenya.
Luckily, I shot a vlog which is up on my YouTube channel. I will leave the link down below. Be sure to watch it and subscribe to my channel. 🙂
See you sooner than you think!
Until next time