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  • Victoria and Alfred Hotel, Cape Town

    Victoria and Alfred Hotel, Cape Town
    A hotel with the best ever view you could possibly ever wish for. While preparing for going to Cape Town, I obviously wanted to stay somewhere with a Table Mountain view. It is called such because of the clouds rolling across the top of the mountain, which looks like a table cloth. A lot of the hotels advertised "partial Table View", but in reality, you would have to hang out by the window with the possibility of a broken neck to see even a glimpse of this majestic mountain.
  • Cape Point: A Place of Great Hopes

    Cape Point: A Place of Great Hopes
    A place which makes you dream. Cape Point is the meeting point between the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. I have been there three times already and each time it's been completely different.
  • Hout Bay Fish Market, Cape Town

    Hout Bay Fish Market, Cape Town
    A fish business initiated from a converted bus. First, you see the ocean and hear seagulls. Then, you feel a strong fishy smell. This is it, the Snoekies Fish Market. Founded in Hout Bay sixty years ago, it still serves fresh seafood and “fish and chips” meals in their cafe.
  • V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

    V&A Waterfront, Cape Town
    V&A Waterfront, a place for everything! There is no other place like V&A Waterfront, seriously! You can meet the whole world here: people who come to Cape Town but are too afraid to explore, so they stayed at the Waterfront Hotels, eat at the waterfront restaurants, shop at the Waterfront shops...
  • Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town

    Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Town
    Kirstenbosch - the biggest open-air botanical garden of all. I fell in love with this garden when I first came here back in 2004. So, when I arrived to Cape Town this year, I immediately wanted to go back. Although a few obstacles (in the shape of a vineyard visit and so on) almost prevented me from doing that, there I was, still back at Kirstenbosch!
  • Bay Harbour Market, Cape Town

    Bay Harbour Market, Cape Town
    Bay Harbour Market, truly organic and creative! I heard a lot about The Old Biscuit Mill Market of Cape Town, but I was glad we went to Bay Harbour Market instead. It truly has a community spirit and a very relaxed atmosphere, with almost no tourists at all.
  • Dock House Hotel, Cape Town

    Dock House Hotel, Cape Town
    Dock House, a luxurious boutique hotel with only 8 rooms. Originally built as the Harbour Master’s private residence in the 1800’s, this grand architectural gem has been transformed into one of Cape Town’s most exclusive and elegant boutique hotels. It is situated opposite the graceful Time Ball Tower and its sister property, the renowned Victoria & Alfred Hotel, in the Waterfront’s Portswood Precinct.
  • Lomography Day Trips: Cape Town, South Africa

    Lomography Day Trips: Cape Town, South Africa
    Ready for another day trip with Lomography? Then get ready, because we're heading for the city nicknamed as "the tavern of the seas", Cape Town, South Africa. Spes bona!
  • Exposure Gallery, Cape Town

    Exposure Gallery, Cape Town
    Exposure Gallery is a photography concept store that prides itself for being a platform for photography inspirational products, cutting edge photographers, and avant-garde photography concepts. Retail items available at Exposure Gallery include inspirational photography books, original photographic art, and Lomography cameras.
  • Some Alone Time in Stellenbosch & Cape Town

    Some Alone Time in Stellenbosch & Cape Town
    I am a girl who doesn't mind hanging out alone and when I went to Stellenbosch for a training, that's what I did.
  • Boulders Beach, South Africa

    Boulders Beach, South Africa
    Boulders Beach - the African penguins' paradise. Started in 1982 by Adam and Eve of the Penguins, it has grown to about 2200 in recent years. This is partly due to the reduction in commercial pelagic trawling in False Bay, which has increased the supply of pilchards and anchovy, that is so adored by the penguins. They like to eat squid as well. The African penguin is listed in the Red Data Book as an endangered specie.
  • Capetown Stadium

    Capetown Stadium
    The worldcup of football just started and the worldwide craze will reach its pinnacle in the next days. The most exciting thing about the world's greatest sport-event beside the olympics is the hosting nation: South Africa. And as every tournament of such scale helps to build an lasting infrastructure it is the stadiums that are the first stars of the cup. One of the most impressive ones is the capetown stadium.
  • Some Alone Time in Stellenbosch & Cape Town

    Some Alone Time in Stellenbosch & Cape Town
    I am a girl who doesn't mind hanging out alone and when I went to Stellenbosch for a training, that's what I did.
  • Clifton Beach, Cape Town

    Clifton Beach, Cape Town
    Clifton Beach, an urban paradise. Clifton Beach is made up of four coves and the beaches are called First, Second, Third, and Fourth. When the summer south-easter blows, the Clifton beaches are usually well sheltered from the wind but to be honest, it’s great to visit all year round.
  • Haas Design Collective, Cape Town

    Haas Design Collective, Cape Town
    Haas: coffee and art. When I lived in the colorful area of Bo-Kaap 7 years ago, I couldn't imagine finding SUCH a place there at all. But all these years later, things have changed for the good. Bo-Kaap is an area of Cape Town, South Africa formerly known as the Malay Quarter. It is quintessentially a Township, situated on the slopes of Signal Hill above the city centre and is a historical centre of Cape Malay culture in Cape Town.
  • Camps Bay side, Cape town

    Camps Bay side, Cape town
    If you are ever in Cape town, and it happens to be a foggy day, and you have no car,here is what you can do. Start in City or Bo-Kaap, go up Kloof Nek Road. It 's always up, about an hour or so, but it's quite picturesque road full of beautiful residential houses, parks and real Chocolate Factory (worth stopping at it's shop for real local made dark chocolate).
  • Sunset Watching at Camps Bay, South Africa

    Sunset Watching at Camps Bay, South Africa
    The best sunset spot in the entire world. If you are into sunsets like me, you would definitely appreciate Camps Bay Beach in Cape Town. It's easy to reach, there are lots of restaurants and bars where you can savor your drinks while enjoying the magnificent scenery of the Atlantic or you can spend hours on the beach itself.
  • Bo-Kaap, Cape Town

    Bo-Kaap, Cape Town
    Bo-Kaap is the most colorful area of Cape Town. Immigrants from all around the Globe used to settle here since the 17th century.
  • Swimming Pool in Sea Point

    Swimming Pool in Sea Point
    Spectacular open water swimming pool in Sea Point in Cape Town, located on the waterfront, gives plenty opportunity for relax and sport.
  • Table Mountain

    Table Mountain
    This is the most famous and the highest table in the world, you can't dine on this table, instead you are the food for the GOD!!! I'm just making a joke here what I'm trying to tell you here is the mountain that has a flat plateau and it was named like that because of its form.

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