I’m a big fan of caps. Specifically, I’m a fan of the Fanatics MLB caps. I’ve had fun wearing NYC caps after my recent trip to New York + I was recently asked what outfit I would put together with one of the MLB’s famous baseball caps………. I chose this Texas Rangers hat, seeing as…
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Texas State Capitol
Brilliant visit to the Texas State Capitol! Didn’t know it was the biggest in the US second to Washington!? Here are some more easy facts about Austin Texas. The Texas State Capitol, completed in 1888 in Downtown Austin, contains the offices and chambers of the Texas Legislature and the Office of the Governor. It’s address is: 1100…
Experience Austin: The Lyndon B Johnson Presidential Library in Texas
About I toured the LBJ Presidential Library when I was in Austin recently. Lyndon B. Johnson was the 36th president of the United States. He was born in Texas on August 27, 1908. He was elected vice president in 1960 + became the 36th president in 1963 after President John F. Kennedy was assassinated. This library is a sort…
Tea at a South African Cape Dutch Hotel
Pre-COVID, I stayed at a fantastic hotel which is renowned for being one of the best 5-star hotels in the “karoo” of South Africa. Famous for their weeping willows, their outstanding amenities and not to mention their animal horns and hides – very much like Texas – a stay here will knock you back about…
Edgar Allen Poe in Los Angeles
Did you know there is an immersive theatre experience in Los Angeles based on Edgar Allen Poe? It’s a fantasy-driven theatrical re-enactment of Edgar Allen Poe’s life and the mystery of his death: based on true facts and events! You’re welcome.
Tropical Paradise in The Heart of Austin
A tropical day in Austin at Lake Austin spa!
A Ghost Walk in…York
I like to do a ghost walk in every city I visit. I’ve done so many + I expect I’ll do more… which is why I’m starting a ghost series on this blog for suggestions + tips for the spookiest activities I find – perhaps in a city near you!
A Day Trip To Wimberley!
Wimberley is a hidden gem known for its “floating the river”!
San Diego: An Ocean Lover’s Dream!
I previously wrote about San Diego a bunch of times here. Being from Nelson Mandela Bay in South Africa (the east coast), I’m used to the beach. By the way, if you’re new to my blog, I love to travel and write + take pictures of special moments along my travels. For more on African moments,…