Wednesday, February 19, 2014

4 weeks of delicious breakfasts around the world in a never-ending Travelife

Breakfast buffet at 54 on Bath, Johannesburg.
This is where Travelife Magazine readers are staying in May.

See our breakfasts over four weeks of a never-ending Travelife that took me to places as disparate as Cape Town and the Cape winelands in South Africa to Surabaya, Indonesia.

The latter was near the erupting Mount Kelud, that covered much of East Java in ash.

Scroll down to see more beautiful breakfasts around the world...



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Wagyu hash at Fullerton Bay Hotel in Singapore

In these four weeks, I've also stayed in some of the most beautiful and interesting hotels and resorts on the planet.

Oysters, fresh fruits and seeds & nuts
at the One & Only Cape Town

So I thought I'd share with you some of the delicious breakfasts I've had, in the last 30 days of a never-ending, and never-endingly eventful Travelife.

PS: The remaining ten months of 2014 are going to be pretty much like this...


Gado gado at the Villa Mathis in Bali

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Fresh fruits and cereals at Grootbos Natural Reserve,
Ovenberg Bay, South Africa



Rooibos tea and smoked salmon in a jar
at Majeka House, Cape Town


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Breakfast with the works
onboard the Silver Shadow of Silversea
from Bali to Singapore
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Passion fruit and more passion fruit
at Grootbos Nature Reserve

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Breakfast onboard the Blue Train
with wine and flowers

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First course for breakfast
at Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore


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Salmon gravlax
at the One & Only Cape Town 
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Nasi lemak in Singapore
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Jamon, cheese and smoked salmon
at Birkenhead House, South Africa


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