In each issue, Hamaji Magazine shares with its readers ideas about the art and way of travelling.
The Woodstock Foundry is where you will find a licensed restaurant, coffee roaster and café, a botanical florist, high-end designer furniture, arty décor for home and office, designer jewellery for every occasion, fabrics and furniture with a hint of indigenous, the Lobby hair shop, and an illustrator who claims that lost is a place too, not to leave out a store that sells natural history.
Tel: +27 21 422 0466 – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org – http://woodstockfoundry.co.za
Located in the green expanse of a tea plantation in Rwanda, Nyungwe House immerses you in the heart of Rwanda to discover its wildlife and culture. Gastronomic picnics, wild monkey tracking, spas and outdoor treatments, you will be in a state of permanent wonder.
The Guntû is a new floating hotel, a 91 metre liner of refined elegance and whose 19 cabins have been handcrafted by Hiroshima carpenters, a good start to sailing through the Seto inland sea and discover the island of the rising sun.
Calistoga Motor Lodge
Where? Where? California, Napa Valley. A classic old motel from 1946 by the roadside is today the modern and whimsical interpretation of what it used to be. The design is inspired by the nostalgia of American car travel, with interiors inspired by analogical leisure. This chic and authentic retreat between vineyards and thermal baths is the AHEAD Awards 2018 Winner – Hotel Renovation & Restoration
The Pot Luck Club
Located on the top floor of the Silo of the Old Biscuit Mill on Albert Road, Woodstock, opened its doors on February 14, 2013. Nicknamed the coolest place in Cape Town, its success is based on innovative cuisine, served in a relaxed atmosphere in a Cape Town district that has never before attracted a crowd in the evening. Luke has collaborated with the famous Cape Town-based architect Greg Scot and some of the city’s leading figures in art and design.
Cafe Avissinia, Athenes, Greece
In the heart of the oldest flea market in the city, this atmospheric bohemian café (retro tiles, marble and wood tables, floral wallpaper, loose antiques) offers a magical view of the Acropolis from the first floor. Where you can also enjoy the good Greek-Macedonian-Cypriot recipes collected in a book by the owner Ketty Koufonikola. Reservations recommended by phone or on site, especially for tables with a view upstairs or, squarely, on the roof terrace.
+30 210 3217 047 – M° Monastiraki
Tom & Serg, Dubai, UAE
Raw concrete, white tiles, open kitchen, Thonet chairs, green plants, hipster waiters… It’s like Shoreditch or Williamsburg! In the Al Quoz industrial area, a warehouse houses Tom & Serg, an Australian-cool branch renowned for its atmosphere, its excellent coffee (homemade blend), its breakfasts and, incidentally, its oriental twisted comfort food. Booking recommended on weekends, by phone.