No festive season is complete without Carols by Candlelight! This year head to the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardenson Friday the 6th December for a magical night of festive cheer. Because Christmas is a time for giving, please feel free to bring along items for donation, such as clothing, toys and canned food.
The festive season can be daunting – especially when you have to plan where to go on holiday, dinners, parties and purchase presents. Add keeping your children entertained while they are on holiday and you’d be forgiven for wanting to throw your hands up in the air, before writing your own letter to Father Christmas, asking for a simple time out!
Have no fear. While we’re not elves, we’ve found a few places and things around Gauteng to answer your child entertainment wishes.
According to timeanddate.com, sunset in Johannesburg is currently set for 18:48. But to give one of the most enchanting moments in Gauteng such a specific “go time” takes away from its magic.
We decided to ask our Facebook fans where they thought was the “best place to watch the sunset in Gauteng”. Here’s where they recommended…
Growing up in Gauteng meant never waking up to a blanket of snow on Christmas morning and it definitely ruled out curling up next to a roaring fire whilst singing Christmas carols. What we got instead, however, was much so much better. Like being able to eat Christmas pudding in the sun with our feet in the pool – how lucky are we Gautengers?
It might be the summer, the sun (when the storms aren’t shaking up Johannesburg). It might even be the fact that it’s the end of the year and the silly season is upon us. Whatever the reason, revellers are flocking to their favourite watering holes and enjoying the many delicious cocktails (and happy hours) on offer.
So we asked Facebook Fans to tell us where their favourite cocktail bars in Gauteng were. This is what they had to say…