Sharing is caring they say, so I need to let you know the pros and cons to this gorgeous area called Cape Point, also known as the Cape of Good Hope or mistakenly the tip of Africa (its really Cape Agulhas but we like to claim it anyway). On to Cape Point’s Pros and Con Pro 1 – 2 Oceans for the price of 1 … Continue reading Cape Point – Crazy beauty that will blow your mind!
Look, yes I know those tickets are real cheap when browsing google flights, but let me just stop you right there. South Africa, aka Mandela land, aka Suid Afrika or Saffa land, which ever way you want to call it, is a third world country. Third you say? Yes we aren’t in the top three if that’s what you’re thinking, rather we are third world … Continue reading So you want to visit Cape Town, South Africa, heh?
I have now lived in America going on 8 years and I have to say a few of the questions I’ve been asked have put England to shame… some of them have been outrageous to the point that … well I really couldn’t help having some fun. I’ve also had a few instances where my english is grossly misinterpreted and caused a bit of embarrassing … Continue reading A South African in America – the Questions & Answers
I love spots that are hidden and off the beaten track. Many tourists don’t know about this hidden gem and often skip it for other more famous sights. This for me makes it more appealing, less crowded and even more a “I need it on my list” kind of place. #simonstown #bouldersbeach #africanpenguins Continue reading SA: Jackass Penguins are all that!
Sharing is caring they say so I need to let you know the pros and cons to this gorgeous area called Cape Point, also known as the Cape of Good Hope or mistakenly the tip of Africa (its really Cape Agulhas but we like to claim it anyway). Pro 1 – 2 Oceans for the price of 1 What makes it so magical? After a … Continue reading Cape Point – the Pro’s and the Con
When I travel I find I like to do the unordinary, of course I’ll find myself doing the normal touristy sites but more often than not I like to wonder off and see the real “place”, meet real people who aren’t tourist obsessed and get engrossed in where ever I am visiting’s culture. Animal Sancutaries are one of those places I actually seek out in … Continue reading Why I visit Sanctuaries while traveling
After a much needed rest we decided to head out to Cape Town, it was a stormy day perfect for a mini drive. The Cape Storm is known to be one of the most impressive with the clouds and sea action. We weren’t disappointed! So far I have been to a number of places during winter and I can honestly say I don’t think there … Continue reading The Cape Storm Photos
The Shark Diving finished around lunchtime so we stopped and had a quick bite to eat then hit the local grocery store to stock up on much need Road Trip supplies. At around 2pm we started the long journey to our final destination, Somerset West, a town about 30 minutes from Cape Town situated on he picturesque Helderberg mountains and just 15 minutes from the … Continue reading Part 7 – Heading to Cape Town
An angler seems unperturbed by the huge waves breaking over the harbour wall at Cape Town’s Kalk Bay. (Yunus Mohamed, Die Burger) Gale-force winds in the Cape Town CBD were a little too strong for this policeman who ended up on his behind as he tried to cross the street. (Die Burger) A dog sniffs the base of a tree blown over in DeWaal park, … Continue reading Wind Photos… and you thought I was kidding?
* I received this in an email, I so wish I had written it first dang! – from Uncyclopedia, the content-free encyclopedia. Cape Town is a city on the coast of South Africa so called because the wearing of capes or cloaks is compulsory within the city limits. It was founded by Batman on his way to Melbourne from Holland in 1652. Cape Town is … Continue reading Cape Town 101