• Chapter Closed

    I put my pen down and closed my book, my hand cramping after cramming as much information as I could within the allotted 4 hour time period. I packed up my highlighters, my pencil and spare pen which were strewn across my desk and quietly pushed my chair out against the wooden floor. I walked to the front of the class and handed in my four exam books to the invigilator, I signed my name off on the list, picked up my bag and walked out closing the door gently behind me. 30th October 2015, 1:00pm. I was finished. Done. 13 years of school and studies and I was finally…

  • Expression Rider Interview

    Hello Lovely Humans 🙂 I thought that I would share this interview that I did with Expression Riders recently on my blog. It’s all about how I started surfing and surfing in CapeTown…pretty much everything surf-related. If you enjoy it, please go and give it a thumbs up or leave a little comment 🙂 Enjoy x

  • Soul Surfing

    ‘The sea, once it casts its spell, holds one in its net of wonder forever’ – Jacques Yves Cousteau I remember Faith. She was a chunky old lady, a little yellow around the outside and she had a lot of holes that had been temporarily filled with wax and covered with grey duct tape. Faith was my father’s favourite, she had served him well for many years and sparked within me a passion, an addiction. Good ol’ Faith, she was a one of a kind. Surfboard I mean. On weekends my brother and dad would pack the car with their surfboards as well as throwing the lightweight black and red body…

  • Cavalli Wine & Stud Farm

    One of the things that I love best about being a Cape Townian is our ease of access to the numerous quality fermented grape farms…and by fermented grapes, I mean a girl’s best friend…if you still haven’t guessed it, I’m talking about wine! I don’t really want to come across as an alcoholic because well, no one really likes to be labelled nowadays and also because I’m not, but as a student, there is quite a fine line between the two categories. I am quite proud, and I think my parents are too, of some of the grown up decisions that I have made within the past two years, the best…