More photos from Day 1 Day 2 Like that difficult ‘second album’ we were unsure if we could re-create the magic of the day before. We were so wrong as there was much more to see. Thundercats Not content with our sightings of a small pack of lioness’s with cubs on Day 1 we willed […]

Escape the Cape After a few days exploring Cape Town it was time for the Safari section of our trip. Growing up on stories of the Kruger National Park as told by his Uncle Kevin, John put his foot down and said that it was the only place we would look to go on Safari. […]

In between the walking tours around Cape Town’s varied districts and the ferry trips to Robben Island one can develop quite a hunger. The best thing about this city is the plethora of good restaurants and cafes. We also had a really great hitlist thanks to John’s cousin Aidan and Karen’s friend from work.   […]

We decided to leave a bit early and scope out the docks before catching our boat ride at 11am. Quickly we discovered that the Victoria and Albert (V&A) Waterfront is more than just a few piers. With over 450 shops, museums, restaurants and hotels and covering over 300 acres of the shoreline – a city […]

As mentioned in our previous post on Bo Kaap Cape Town’s past belongs to one company – the Dutch East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie (VOC)). In the words of the Irish poet William Butler Yeats; All changed, changed utterly: A terrible beauty is born. We would spend that morning exploring the streets of Cape […]

One of the best ways to explore a new city is to join a walking tour. This allows a more up close and personal experience as you traverse the streets and squares and fully immerse yourself in the sights and the sounds. The best walking tours are the Free ones. The guides working for tips […]

“So. What plans did you have for today?” Eight words. A question. An endless supply of possibilities. We were just after finishing breakfast when our friendly host posed an enquiry. An opening gambit on the chess board of our new adventure. Before we could formulate a response constructed from our lists and research she followed […]