Category: Cape Town

Cape Town

Best Beaches in Cape Town

Summer is in the air! Can you feel it? The days are getting longer, the air warmer and the south easter is starting to blow. While Cape Town can be windy during the summer months, we do still get those gorgeously calm days where the sun is shining and the wind isn’t blowing- on those […]

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Kalk Bay Guide

Kalk Bay truly is one of the loveliest neighbourhoods in Cape Town. It seems that I’m not the only one sharing this sentiment as it was named one of The 12 Coolest Neighbourhoods Around The World by Forbes magazine in July 2018. Kalk Bay is a quaint seaside town littered with an abundance of lovely coffee […]

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Muizenberg Guide

Last week I published my Deep South Guide to Cape Town. This blog post was jam-packed with all the hidden gems in Kommetjie, Scarborough, Cape Point, Miller’s point, Simonstown and Noordhoek. In continuing with my Deep South series, this week’s blogpost is featuring Muizenberg. The sleepy surfer town of Muizenberg has so much to offer […]

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Deep South Guide

The Deep South of the Cape Peninsula is a very special place. This area encompasses Noordhoek, Kommetjie, Scarborough, Cape Point, Smitswinkel, Miller’s Point, Simon’s Town, Kalk Bay and Muizenberg (the last two have so many places to check out that they get their blogs of their own!). The vibe in this part of Cape Town […]

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The Table at De Meye

The Table at De Meye is a farm-to-table style restaurant. They are all about sourcing local, seasonal produce to create a delicious menu. This means their menu is ever-changing with something new and delectable each week. The Table is located at De Meye Farm in Stellenbosch. Perfectly set among the vineyards and oak trees, you’re […]

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Best Tidal Pools in Cape Town

Cape Townians are some of the strangest creatures, delighting in waking up before the sun has risen and going for icy cold dips in the ocean. I confess, I am one of these strange Cape Townians and I take great pleasure in a freezing cold ocean swim (although it’s mostly not before sunrise). There are […]

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