De Kas was refreshing discovery (found through A cup of Jo) just outside the tourist circuit of Amsterdam.  We cycled for over an hour to try their delicious, unpretentious food fresh from their gardens and far exceeded our expectations. Set…

 

If you haven’t seen Part One and Part Two click on the links. After our breakfast at Babel we joined the 10 am Garden tour which is something you just HAVE to do if you’re planning on visiting Babylonstoren for…

 

The cottages at Babylonstoren were such a breath of fresh air. White everywhere. A cozy fireplace. Heavenly beds. THAT bath tub! (and yes I did use it). I absolutely loved the attention to detail everywhere like the his and hers wellies at…

 

Spending 24 hours at Babylonstoren was a bit of a dream. I’d seen about a million instagrams of it but experiencing it for myself was magical. We started at about midday on Tuesday at the Green house, with a bottle…

 

I can’t wait to visit this place on my next trip to the Cape. Babylonstoren seems like a place that belongs in a foreign country or even a movie. I want to go and drink tea in that incredible conservatory, wander…