Lives in london, england
Since Jun 2008
Nature & Wildlife Areas, Lookouts
Marinas, Piers & Boardwalks
Points of Interest & Landmarks
Specialty Museums, History Museums
Gardens, Wineries & Vineyards, Lessons & Workshops, Spas
Beaches, Nature & Wildlife Areas
Flea & Street Markets
Historic Sites, Islands
A dramatic spot. Breathtaking views of the oceans. Huge waves and giant boulders.
With the latest 'money-spinner' The Watershed, Cape Town's Waterfront area has so much offer for everybody. Fab shopping, great grub, fun for the kids and views of Table Mountain to die for.
Very American style architecture where the serious gambler can easily lose his shirt and much more besides. Nice little kids area.
Some interesting history around these parts. Plenty of good eateries too.
The seals make a fair bit of noise but the whole experience is fun.
Quite spectacular views from here of the city and bay. You can combine it with Groote Schuur Estate and Kirstenbosch.
Lovely Gallery with interesting pieces. You can combine this with the Castle visit.
Lovely house with a beautiful collection in the middle of town.
Very well laid out museum. Some poignant moments. Staff always willing to help with info and guiding. Nice little restaurant for lunch and some interesting things in the shop.
A great visit for the family. The kids will love it, adults too!
A very personal favourite. Only a handful of visitors at a time and such lovely guiding. The house is immaculate and in fine condition.
The synagogue has in the recent years benefitted from new stained glass windows. Beautiful. The guides are very personable and really draw you in to the history. Combine this with the Jewish Museum next door.
A glorious way to view the entire city from all sides. Where else would you be able to walk amongst the dassies?
A very interesting eco friendly 'garden' about an hour plus from the city. When you dine you know they have grown what you are eating.
Fun, fun, fun. See those little penguins walking through the sand to the sea. The children love it, adults too!
This is a beautiful spot just outside the city. The weather can be totally different from the City Bowl as it's the other side of the mountain. The indigenous flora is a feast for the eyes.
Heart-rending and so emotional. A whirlwind guide to honour all those who were ousted from their homes to pastures new. District 6 still stands as a monument. It has never been re-developed.
You can always pick a nice little ethnic 'whatever' here. Terrific atmosphere. They all want to sell you something. Watch your personal possessions.
Long Street's architecture is glorious, as is the shopping, the people who work there and its general ambience. Very interesting items for sale, mostly ethnic with other odd bits too!
Awesome drive. Sometimes closed due to adverse weather conditions. The views at the top will bring tears to your eyes. Spectacular
Not as depressing as you might think. Much more of an enlightening experience. A real monument to a great human being and politcian.
About an hour on the R27 from Cape Town. Mind the tortoises as they meander along the roadways. If you go late August early September the Spring Flowers in the Postberg section are bursting with colour. Try and get to the lagoon. Its turquoise waters are stunning. Lots of bird hides.