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Investors in sleek minimal Camps Bay villa new subscribers to our marketing solution
May. 23, 2017
We are excited to announce Laluna, a sumptuous, uncluttered 4 bedroom villa in Camps Bay: now made available by the owners to guests … Keep reading →
Swine, Wine and baked goods er... Divine
Apr. 04, 2013
Mitico, beer and pizza of Kloof
Oct. 18, 2012
This used to be my "hood" (street slang for feudal realm) in the days of Bardeli, Naked on Kloof and Vida e Caffe when coffee and muffins meant more than brand recognition. Nowadays its more Bree St and … Keep reading →
Get your property vacation rental ready
Sep. 25, 2012
All that capital appreciation and rental return. But unless it was purchased a while back or at a bargain price you won't be appreciating what it will fetch right now. Long leases are no guarantee of … Keep reading →
Jason's new sandwich and salad take away menu
Sep. 18, 2012
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How was your stay at Ocean's View?
Aug. 07, 2012
*The property was absolutely delightful -- you can see the sun both rise and set from the balcony and the different rooms flows together wonderfully. The property was perfectly depicted as it was in the … Keep reading →
The pavement, the counter and the pot plant: Clarke's Bar and Dining Room
Jul. 10, 2012
It loomed up, it was open, had an alluring name and a table standing still on the pavement.Presently it was supporting our coffee and toasted goat's cheese sandwiches on milk bread. One with added jalapeno … Keep reading →
Cape Town rated as one of the world's 10 most loved cities
Jun. 12, 2012
Last November, Cape Town’s iconic peak, Table Mountain, was declared one of the 7 New Wonders of Nature in a global popularity poll, beating out places like The Grand Canyon and the Galapagos Islands … Keep reading →
New bakery at the V&A Waterfront: Vovo Telo
Jun. 08, 2012
A new place has just opened at the V&A Waterfront. A bakery and coffee shop called Vovo Telo. Next to Vaughan Johnsons, purveyor of wines and cigars to politicians and the proletariat. We first discovered … Keep reading →
Cape Town December rentals
Sep. 04, 2011
When planning a holiday in Cape Town over the school holidays such as December and Easter its important to plan well ahead and book early, otherwise if you leave it until July most houses and villas are … Keep reading →
Philadelphia to Cape Town: A bike ride on the West Coast back roads and the cycle paths of the new IRT. About 47km Approaching the Cape Town Civic Centre: Edifice Horibilius, but welcome end of route.
Jun. 12, 2011
When you travel into Cape Town via the N1 you might have seen on the left as you approach Woodstock some new bridges and roadway. This is the part of the route we were now on after leaving Paarden Island … Keep reading →
The fleeting existence of Cape Town's new restaurants
Dec. 19, 2010
"As one of the world’s most popular port cities, Cape Town offers foodies truly cosmopolitan flavours from its kitchens, cementing its reputation as one of the world’s most creative capitals.
Its my Baguette Baby
Dec. 17, 2010
If bread means more to you than just some square, flavourless board on which to spread your favourite margarine then this guide will spare you disappointment and protect your senses and digestion … Keep reading →
Cape Town Holidays – Romantic & Unforgettable
Aug. 04, 2010
It's inspiring natural beauty makes Cape Town a natural choice for a romantic holiday. Firstly you would need to find some romantic Cape Town accommodation – go for a luxury apartment … Keep reading →
Cape Town Villas Basics
Jun. 21, 2009
Do you want a trouble-free holiday from start to finish? A villa rental in Cape Town combines all the best parts of your favorite holidays with a human … Keep reading →
36 hours in Camps Bay: The Oceana, Maranellos, The Hussar and some exercise.
Feb. 22, 2009
The hibiscus bush waves and makes leafy sounds in the odd energetic gust outside on the verandah of our Ground Floor Superior garden unit. I'm glad it is a hibiscus bush, if it was … Keep reading →
Boulders Beach | Beautiful but watch out for kleptomanic penguins
Oct. 14, 2008
Boulders Beach is situated in Simonstown, in the deep south of the peninsula.   It is a stunning beach on the Indian Ocean, so it sports an extra couple … Keep reading →
The secret lounge of Sea Point: 5 stars, 24 hours a day
Sep. 09, 2008
What treasures and charms does Sea Point have on offer? Laughton's Hardware, New York Bagels (distressingly no longer there, the windows say Primi Piatti is on the way), the SABC building … Keep reading →
Long doughnuts after a long walk: Vida e Caffe, Camps Bay
Sep. 08, 2008
I first saw this coffee shop on Kloof St across from Naked on Kloof, the cult wrap and smoothie shop, that I used to frequent and even do evening shifts at. What was it about muffins and coffee that attracted … Keep reading →
Mouille Point- and the whereabouts of the Secret Lighthouse
Aug. 05, 2008
The closest residential seaside strip to Cape Town, it has a small bay on each of its ends, and some curiosities: a lighthouse, the remains of a lighthouse, the 3rd largest … Keep reading →
Green Point's Green Belt - The Common and the new 2010 World Cup Football Stadium
Jul. 29, 2008
This large green and grassy bit of real estate has been a sort of mystery zone for the last decade or two. Prime land lying one road back from the Atlantic beach, adjacent to the Waterfront
De Waterkant
Jul. 28, 2008
The steep, narrow and occasionally cobbled streets lined with immaculate semi-detached cottages and fronted with close-up harbour views make up a tiny affluent village. Interspersed with … Keep reading →
The unpretentious groove of Green Point
Jul. 28, 2008
A new showcase sport stadium that will host Cape Town ’s 2010 World Cup football games is well on the way to completion with the Green Point Urban … Keep reading →
Crash Course on Cape Town
Jul. 17, 2008
This is the urban area incorporating 6 different municipal regions. Of this the area incorporating Cape Town city and its immediate suburbs makes up 284 square kilometres. For what it … Keep reading →
Waterfront Marina & Clock Tower Centre
Jul. 09, 2008
The Waterfront Marina started off as a couple of blocks of luxury apartments in the yacht basin just behind the Alfred Basin and has expanded yearly to occupy every last … Keep reading →
Breaking the V & A Waterfront into manageable pieces
Jul. 09, 2008
Statistics, from whatever authority would have you believe them, say that the Cape Town Waterfront is the most visited site, natural or otherwise in Cape Town and the … Keep reading →
Tandem Paragliding in Cape Town
Jul. 02, 2008
There can be surely few more scenic or accessible places to paraglide than Cape Town. If you keen for the once-off thrill of it, or to check out whether this is the sport for you, a … Keep reading →
What else to do and see in South Africa?
Jul. 02, 2008
In the Spring it is popular to travel up the scenic Garden Route and enjoy the lake district, indigenous forests and magnificent beaches. The infrastructure is more sophisticated on the East coast, though … Keep reading →
What is the top "must do and see" in Cape Town?
Jul. 02, 2008
What characterises the city is it's beautiful setting so "essential" Cape Town involves spending a fair amount of time up the mountains, along the coast
Self catering accommodation in Cape Town - Villas & Apartments
Jun. 28, 2008
Holiday Rentals Cape Town by Accommodation Daddy is run by Rose & Greg Wood and is a boutique holiday booking company where you can book an apartment, holiday home or … Keep reading →