22 December, 2010

There's something about Christmas lights...

Last night we decided to hit the town and enjoy the Christmas lights, one last time before Christmas...and in doing so we have now discovered our new favourite restaurant in Joburg...
Piza e Vino...the food and service were beyond impeccable...if you are ever in this neck of the woods...you need to pop in...
It was a perfect Joburg evening...right after a thunderstorm...lots of people out and about Christmas shopping and having dinner...
And yes folks...what you are looking at there...was my dessert...a Peppermint Cow. It's a peppermint crisp in ice cold milk...and you suck the milk up using the chocolate as a straw...hello.
We then ended off the evening taking in all the Christmas lights...
There's just something about Christmas lights that makes a night just magical...why can't we keep them up forever...

9 comments:

Lynette said...

Stunningly beautiful photos Hayley. Enjoy your holiday and have a blessed Christmas.

Lesley Hutchins said...

Stunning photos, thanks for showing us another beautiful place to visit to look at christmas lights and have a good meal.We will definetely try it out before christmas eve.

clare said...

That peppermint crisp drink looks so divine, but hey we cant get peppermint crisps here :( Love your pics they just get better and better.

x

Ingrid Gray said...

Great pictures! I totally agree about Christmas lights! They're majestic and make you feel so wonderful!

Laura said...

Oh wow that pudding looks decadent :)

Lovely pics!

Kirsty said...

Awesome photos Hayley!! Is this restaurant @ Melrose Arch?? I MUST go. Let me know where it is x-x

Aaaah - peppermint cows!!! takes me back to my 'varsity days!! We used to have them all the time! I MUST introduce them to my kidlets x

Roz said...

BEAUTIFUL post! I have been following your blog for a while now...I came across it through my friends Nicki and Sharon!
Merry Christmas!
Roz
xxxx

V-n-J said...

AMAZING pics! what a gorgeous location and the food looks divine.

Veronica said...

Wow! Your photogrpahy is awesome!