On Saturday morning, Tam and I braved the wet weather and headed for Glenwood, Durban. We were reminiscing our time in London and recalled having to mission in the rain to catch trains, high street shopping, coffee and catch ups at Starbucks and having to take our coats on and off every time we stepped into a shop before shaking out our brollies. Such happy memories. And the weather on Saturday was just like a typical London day.
First stop was Earth Mother to stock up on our organic alkaline foods and treated ourselves to their gluten free brownies! How can these healthy little treats be so delicious and taste like the real thing!! They amazing! I had to get some for our Mother’s Day tea on Sunday which turned out to be such a hit!
We then headed to NSA Gallery to check out the latest Art Exhibition…Durbanity was the theme and the artists/ photographers captured Durban in its “beauty” – they focused their artistic lenses on eThekwini.
We certainly have some of the most beautiful buildings in our city that are not being utilised to their full potential.
It was time for a cuppa and something to eat so we spotted this little Gem situated in Clark Road called JuMeLi… not Me Julie but close. The interesting name comes from a combination of the names of the owner’s three kids. This little cafe serves the most amazing Chai Tea and wholesome home cooked & tasty food. They also have rye and gluten free bread & soy milk. It is the perfect little cosy spot for a rainy day out. There is also a very cute outside area for those sunny days.
As both Tam and I don’t eat meat we were delighted to see there was a vegetarian section with the most delicious sandwiches… Goats Cheese, Onion Marmalade, Rocket & Avo and Feta, Tomatoe, Avo and Rocket. And an extra bonus is they make gluten free waffles and muffins! Will definitely be going back there soon!
Go check them out! They’re open from 7:30am to 4:00pm Monday to Friday, and 9:00am to 2:00pm on Saturdays.