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Your Cape Town trip in Photos

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Explore the world’s most photogenic city with these iconic images Cape Town has to be one of the magical places on earth whether you are a visitor or it is your home. Here in 50 iconic images are must-see and …

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Tea Cafés Cape Town – Get your Tea Fix at 4 Top Spots

How's that for a real treat of an afternoon tea at the Mount Nelson.

from  SA Venues Blog by Wanda Coustas Tea cafes are now the new coffee houses with lots of style, variety, choice but all hit a spot that brings one back for more.It’s official: tea is the new coffee of the masses. …

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Cape Town summer attracts Northern residents

Fancy sharing the neighbourhood with famous celebrities like David Beckham and Leonardo di Caprio? Photo courtesy Hannah Swithinbank

                      Cape Town summer weather: why so many Northern hemisphere residents come for six months

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Cape Town New Year Resolutions

Sunset in Cape Town

Posted on January 17, 2013 by Bridget McNulty As the new year begins in a burst of sunshine and blue skies, it’s a good time to take a look at what we want to do more of this year. Hopefully travel is on …

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Wonderful walks in the Cape Town City Bowl

Cape Town Harbour

  We just love to walk when we are at Pembroke 403, our wonderful Cape Town luxury vacation base and it is a particular pleasure to be able to head off and walk without ever having to get into the cars. …

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Tour Time on the Waterfront

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by Tim Rolston, March 15, 2012 I recently did a historical walking tour of the V&A Waterfront, organised by the Chavonne Battery Museum. If, like me, you didn’t take a lot of notice of the Waterfront until it reinvented itself …

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