The official Garden Route in South Africa leads from Mossel Bay to Port Elizabeth. Even though we were aware of this, we decided to make our very own trip on the renowned Garden Route. We started in Port Elizabeth, stopped in George, Swellendam and Hermanus and finished our tour in Cape Town. We can surely say: We don’t regret a thing! This post features only pictures from our tour. For pictures of… Read More
South Africa is not really the perfect destination for everyone who likes running. Nevertheless, I decided to give running in Cape Town a try and was positively surprised. While running in the inner city is pretty much impossible, it was quite nice at the seafront. Even though there are not many dedicated running paths, there’s always a nice route to find. Find more content about Cape Town on our city page! I… Read More
Transportation in Cape Town is relatively far developed for South African standards. However, there is neither a subway nor a tram system in Cape Town. The Metrorail connects the city with its suburbs, but apart from that, all connections have to be made either by bus or by taxi. Public transportation in South Africa is rarely developed compared to other countries in the world. Cape Town is an exception in this regard… Read More
The Table Bay Hotel Cape Town is definitely an extremely impressive property. Upon arriving at the hotel, you’ll be immediately flashed by its size and the great location. However, we did not only find positive aspects about The Table Bay Hotel Cape Town in our hotel review. Nevertheless, the property is definitely recommendable as it offers service on an extremely high level! Check out our rating of The Table Bay Hotel Cape… Read More
Cape Town International Airport is the second biggest airport in South Africa. It is one of only three airports in the country which is served by major international carriers. Besides the international routes, there are also several domestic flights scheduled. The airport got several lounges, a shopping and dining area and a very good infrastructure. Find more content about Cape Town on our city page! Cape Town International Airport is the second… Read More
Cape Town may not be the capital of South Africa, but is definitely the most interesting city when it comes to tourism. There are many reasons for why it is so interesting, colorful and has many faces: Cape Town definitely has a rich history, having been forming the city ever since. A lot has changed the past 20 years since the end of Apartheid. Find more content about Cape Town on our… Read More
SLOW Lounge Cape Town is definitely the best domestic lounge we ever have been to. That’s not only because we didn’t expect something “amazing”, but also because the quality of pretty much everything is amazing. At SLOW Lounge Cape Town, a large buffet, comfortable seating, toilets with a view and even complimentary massages are offered. The only downer is the slow Wi-Fi. Check out our rating of SLOW Lounge Cape Town! SLOW Lounge Cape… Read More
This is going to be the last night for us in Cape Town. Three nights, three hotels! The last one we chose to stay at is the Taj Cape Town which upgraded us to a One Bedroom Suite. We just love the room!