... to be edited Day 1 We took CX0749 to Johannesburg, arrived on next day early morning, and then took connected flight BA6413 to Cape Town. Arrived Cape Town around 11:30am. We stayed at POD Boutique Hotel in Deluxe Suites Lunch at Codfather Seafood & Sushi Walked around Camps Bay We took Table Mountain Aerial... Continue Reading →
Test Kitchen is the number one restaurant in South Africa, it was opened in November 2010 by Luke Dale-Roberts. The Test Kitchen is located in a formerly industrial district of Cape Town called Woodstock. First half of the tasting menu at The Dark Room The food map Second half of the tasting menu at The Light... Continue Reading →
On our way back to Camps Bay Slangkop Lighthouse Long Beach Noordhoek Long Beach Chapman’s Peak Drive Hout Bay
There are plenty of great walking trails in Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. It takes around 3 hours (return) from Cape Point main parking area to Cape of Good Hope. Or you can go by car, it only takes 10 minutes. Sign at the Cape of Good Hope LOL, I don't know the guy... Continue Reading →
Cape Point is in the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve within Table Mountain National Park Walk uphill or you can also take the Flying Dutchman Funicular to the Top Rugged rocks and sheer cliff The old Lighthouse at the top of Cape Point
Next stop was Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Before walking uphill to the top, we had lunch at Two Oceans Restaurant. This restaurant is situated at Cape Point. There are 2 restaurants in the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, the another one is fast food style.
Our route: Edinburgh Drive, towards Muizenberg, Fish Hoek, Simon's Town Fish Hoek Simon's Town Burghers' Walk in Simon's Town Can you see the Penguin? Finding Penguins
In South Africa, township is the underdeveloped urban living areas for black and colored Africans from 19th century until the end of the apartheid. Townships were originally the dormitory towns for men brought into the cities to work. Langa is the oldest township in Cape Town and was the location of much resistance to apartheid.... Continue Reading →
The Bo-Kaap formerly known as the Malay Quarter, it is a former township. The area is characterized by brightly coloured houses.