Meet the hosts
Hi, we are Sofie and Christophe. Together with our two boys, Mateo and Timo, we’ve been living the keto lifestyle for a couple of years now. It changed us for the better.
We feel more energized and healthy than ever before, are more active and eat better. All our insights, recipes and how to reach goals can be found on ketohuis.com
Because we wanted to share our experiences with keto and the philosophy behind it, we decided to open our guesthouse Casa Bom Dia. As a guest you’ll get the opportunity to experience keto and immerse yourself in it. But only if you want to.
We feel that some things just need to be experienced in real life and in a casual atmosphere. That is exactly what our guesthouse can offer to anyone who is looking to immerse themselves.
We love to eat.
We love to move.
We love to travel.
We love to discover.
We love to live a healthy and energetic life.
We love to help you discover this beautiful island.
We’d love to share all of this with you even more during your stay.
The Casa Bom Dia Family
Sofie & Christophe
Sofie (1984) loves travelling the world and unleashing her creative ideas. She puts her creativity in lots of things: preparing dishes and inventing keto-friendly recipes that are a feast to the taste
buds, designing jewelry (earrings are her favorite), tinkering with her boys and designing the interior and exterior of Casa Bom Dia. Mindelo is her oyster so go ahead and ask her about all the hidden places.
Christophe (1977) is a student of life, hero in his own health adventure and a pro in figuring out how to live a life with maximum freedom. He’s addicted to his morning swims, coffee and cold showers.
Mateo & Timo
Mateo (2010) is a curious and sensitive boy. He’s an inventor and a maker. Watch out because before you know it he’ll take you through his full collection of homemade coasters, houses built with ice cream sticks, bracelets, birds houses and ukuleles. He loves iogurto caisero
with doce de papaya and is 100% convinced you’ll like it too.
Timo (2013) is the most joyfull and cutest member of the family. Back in Belgium he was a bit shy but since his move to Cape Verde he’s become a chatty little guy. It only took him 6 months to learn Portugese and Creole. You can wake him up for tuna fish and steak. And dark chocolate too please.
Bronk (2020) is definitely the family’s darling. We took him in, after he had been abandoned as a puppy. In the meantime he has become a grown-up sweet, playful and well-behaved dog who
loves to meet and be around people.