Where To Catch the Cycle Tour Live in Action

On Sunday, 6 March 2016, our beautiful city will once again play host to the annual Cape Town Cycle Tour, the largest individually-timed cycle race in the world. For…

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Our First Taste of Crumbs & Cream

Have you heard about Crumbs and Cream? The pretty and petite ice cream parlour located at the Watershed Market in the V&A Waterfront.

I had heard so much…

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A Celebration of Sauvignon Blanc

This weekend, we suggest you head on over to the Constantia Valley for the only wine festival in South Africa dedicated to Sauvignon Blanc. Called Constantia Fresh, the festival aims…

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Where To Find a Yoga Class in the City

Meaning ‘union’, yoga has its roots in a Sanskrit word that means a unified mind, body and soul – the ultimate state of bliss, guaranteed to make you sleep better, dream…

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Imibala Restaurant: A Gem in the Heart of Somerset West

This has to be the most unassuming, unexpected gem in a side street, off Somerset West’s busy main road. It has no view to speak of (an aspect of…

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Where to Gym in 2016

Cape Town has vast scope for outdoor exercise fanatics, from incredibly scenic routes for trail runs and mountain biking to idyllic coastal spots conducive to surfing, SUPing, kayaking or diving…

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Mouth-watering Meals at Marianas

For a leisurely country lunch, characterised by authentic local flavours and garden-fresh produce, taking the scenic route along the coast to Marianas in Stanford (about 20 minutes drive beyond…

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Underground Exploring: Secret Tunnel Tours

For something completely different, Good Hope Adventures’ Secret Tunnels Tour is a fascinating way to delve into the city’s early history, which dates back to 1652. But it’s…

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Coffee Tales Part 1 – Bean There, One of Cape Town’s Finest

Bean There Coffee is one of those local success stories that remind one that there are good things about living in South Africa. If you’re reading this post, you…

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Two-Wheel Fun!

While the weather is fine and warm, there’s no better way to get from A to B in Cape Town’s congested city centre than on a scooter. It…

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