The Barefoot Cafe, Cintsa East, Wild Coast

When my sister’s friends in freaking Australia told her that she has to try The Barefoot Cafe in Cintsa East, we thought that it is definitely something that we had to see!

We dragged the whole family there for breakfast and loved it. It’s totally hippy and very very chilled out. Owned by surfers, the food’s good, with a range of breakfasts (definitely a hangover breakfast menu), burgers and pizzas. Interesting menu, I must say…’chicken is a vegetable’??? No chance of a decaf soy latte, but that’s okay, we’re all pretty chilled!

It’s all about the vibe and I can imagine having some decent parties in that bar – especially with ‘Surfers on Acid’ on the menu…hmmmm…

If you’re in the Cintsa area this December, go check it out and join their Facebook Group if you’re interested in keeping up with them.

Loved it.

I can totally change a tyre

Silly story, but keen to know if any of you ladies have ever changed a tyre in your lives? On your own?

I had a flat tyre this morning, which I only noticed upon arrival at the gym. I promptly decided to forget about it, have my work out and then find a boy to help. During my spinning class, I decided that that is rubbish and I’m pretty sure I could do it myself. It’s really not that complicated.

So I did a quick google of ‘how to change a tyre’ before leaving the gym and set off to do the deed with my post-spinning gung-ho attitude. The security guard offered to help but I refused, saying ‘I’ve got it thanks, it’s not that difficult’.

I got as far as trying to get the wheel nuts off. Not one budged. At all.

So the still-hovering security guard jumped to the rescue.

Dammit.

We do need these silly men after all.