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It has been such an incredibly lovely two weeks in Cape Town that the thought of being back in New York City winter is really not a welcome thought. The lush green and bright African sun never cease to amaze me, and all I can really say is how thankful I am to have a husband who calls this lovely city home so that we can return to it time and time again. I will hopefully post much more about our trip here - we went to a number of very cute eateries and boutiques that I'd love to share with you all - but in the meantime I hope you enjoy the lovely sunset (above) and this little list of places you will hear more about in the coming days!

Birds Boutique Cafe, Cape Town 
DeliCATessen at Tokara Wine Estate, Stellenbosch 
Babel Restaurant at Babylonstoren, Franschoek 
Superette, Woodstock, Cape Town 
the Power and the Glory & Black Ram, Cape Town
nap, Cape Quarter & Kloof St., Cape Town
Melissa's, Cape Town & Stellenbosch 
Mud Ceramics, shops throughout Cape Town
Hemelhuijs, Cape Town 
EspressoLab, The Old Biscuit Mill, Woodstock, Cape Town
The Test Kitchen, The Old Biscuit Mill, Woodstock, Cape Town 
Imagenius, Cape Town 
Mongoose textiles, shops throughout Cape Town 
Union & Brewers, Cape Town 
Royale Eatery, Cape Town
Still Life, Cape Town
Frauke Stegmann's Milnerton Market Is Nice range of ceramics, shops & restaurants throughout Cape Town

Can't wait to tell you all about them! 

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  1. lovely to find your blog Ariana... and look forward to hearing more about Cape Town. We are still in Italy and also dreading the return to cold cold Brooklyn!

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