1. Luke Powers

    The Magical Gardens of Babylonstoren, new gem of the Cape Winelands

    Babylonstoren – intriguing name…Ring a bell? Never heard of it? Read this glowing report from Africa Bespoke’s product manager and travel consultant, Michaela Cramer and find out more about this brand new low key destination hidden in the Cape Winelands. Let me tell you about a magic garden Words by Michaela...
  2. Luke Powers

    The Grand Cafe and Beach

    The place to be this summer is Cape Town’s first beach bar (albeit on a fake beach) the Grand Café & Beach. Located in Granger Bay, adjacent to Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront, a once-abandoned warehouse has been transformed into an eclectic fusion of international and local cultures, café ambience and...
  3. Luke Powers

    Neighbourgoods Market Cape Town

    We spent another fabulous morning at the Neighbourgoods Market last Saturday. What a pleasure! Cape Town’s original gourmet market, now in its third year, is already a local institution and well worth a visit. For local Capetonians and visitors alike, it has become a very pleasant Saturday morning experience: where...
  4. Luke Powers

    Culinary Tours with African Relish

    Are you looking for something new to do? This fab new concept in niche tourism is set to take off in South Africa: Culinary Tours. And this particular one is tucked away in the most scenic holiday destination in the Little Karoo: Prince Albert. If you have any interest in...