Oversized chandeliers deck the ceiling surrounding the bar in the centre of the venue, giving a feel of opulence. If you love bright surroundings, and the combination of purple and pink, you’ll love the setting of the Murano Bar at the 15 on Orange Hotel. I could picture a Victorian-themed party or even a disco birthday bash at this classy venue - it’s very adaptable. The service was good and the food pretty decent too. My Norwegian salmon was prepared delicately with mash on the side.
LOOKING: Hundreds of tourists and locals visit the Bund along the Huangpu River in Shanghai daily and take a cruise. Pictures: Jade OttoSuch was our whirlwind tour of Shanghai and Hong Kong, sandwiched in between our busy schedule. China - Doing China in a week on a business trip is mission impossible. So if you’re offered a slither of the world’s second biggest economy, just take in as much as you can.
Cape Town - January will never be the same for Mark August who two years ago lost his teenage sweetheart Tarryn August after she gave birth to their twin boys. The couple, who met about two decades ago, dated for nine years before getting married and having their first child, Daniel.
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