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The Company’s Garden

The company’s garden in Cape Town has improved in leaps and bounds over the last few years. I took a trip there for the first time in ages and was thoroughly impressed! In case you where wondering why the garden is there in the first place, here’s an excerpt from City of Cape Town website: […]

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Bothasig Christmas Lights

A few streets in Bothasig are nationally known because of their extravagant christmas lights, every year they seem to pop up on the news or in the newspaper and if you live anywhere in the Western Cape it is a must see! The street with the most lights are Klepper, Cornelius and Potsdam, but you […]

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Klondyke Cherry Farm

Klondyke Cherry Farm is located just outside of Ceres,1200m above sea level, and at times in winter it snows here, but that’s another story. At this time of the year the cherry orchids are beaminig with cherries waiting to be picked and anyone can do it. You pay a measly R15 per person for entrance […]

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Seal Island – Hout Bay

Seal Island aka Duiker Island in Hout Bay should be on everyone’s to-do list if you have not been there before. It is very accessible on your own boat or on one of the many charter boats in Hout Bay harbour. It costs about R50 depending on which boat you go on and is definitely […]

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Abseiling Table Mountain

Before I did this I had never realised how much of a thrill abseiling could be. Like most things, the magnitude of what you’re about to do does not sink in until you are standing right there, ready to go! I got given this as a birthday present by my girlfriend and even though it […]

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Boating in Cape Town

Cape Town has an abundance of unique animals and birdlife in the sea and you are usually guaranteed of spotting a few of these at any given time. The best of these are: seals, penguins, dolphins and whales. Boating in Cape Town is a really rewarding experience and is great fun. When thinking of boating […]

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Finding fossilised Shark Teeth

One my favourite pass times is looking for fossilised shark teeth on the beach, for someone who has never heard of this it might sound rather strange but you can find them in relative abundance on various beaches around Cape Town. The two main spots are Milnerton lagoon mouth & Big Bay but you could […]

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5 Things to do when the South Easter is howling

In Cape Town for half of the year we have to contend with howling South Easter’s & for most the most part this keeps people inside and away from enjoying the great sunny weather that usually accompanies the SE. I will show you 5 awesome things to do that will make you froth at the […]

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