Cape Town International Kite Festival Muizenberg sharing 10 kite photos and some options for accommodation during the kite festival in Muizenberg Cape town
UncategorizedSeptember 27, 2012
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Cape Town Wine Tasting Day Trip – Constantia
Photo Walk Cape Town In The Mountains Before Sunrise Over Simon’s Town. Cape Town photos of the Simon’s Town Village to Just Nuisance Grave. Nature walk
Walking Cape Town – The Easy Fish Hoek To Muizenberg Route from Colvelly, past Kalk Bay sharing many photo taking opportunities at St James tidal pools
Interesting Southern Right Whale Facts in & around Cape Town and Simon’s Town during the June, July, August, September, October and November breeding season
Whale Watching in Hermanus or Simons Town Close To Cape Town. This a whale watching question I get often. This post compares Simon’s Town whale watching
14 Holiday Things To Do With Kids In Cape Town out in nature watching whales, riding trains, boats, seeing birds, & seals. Activity family things with kids
The Steam Train Cape Town to Simon’s Town and lovely steam train pictures of the trip from Cape Town along False Bay Fish Hoek.
Why Choose Cape Town in South Africa as a holiday destination? The many reasons why Cape Town is a popular holiday destination Have a look here…
10 Lovely Luxury Holiday Homes in Cape Town and Holiday Pictures Of Cape Town accommodation on the beaches and memorable holiday quotes
10 Inspiring Cape Town Photos and Memorable Quotes. And stories of the places and Cape Town people. Cape Town photos and holidays are one.
You Can Laugh At Online Accommodation Booking Worries – If You Follow These 6 Simple Checks | Infographic
How to avoid holiday rental booking worries | Infographic to be added to accommodation booking websites.
UncategorizedAugust 10, 2012
That’s a valid question. Many people believe they pay more when they book accommodation through a Cape Town holiday accommodation agent. But let’s look at the home owner or guest house owner. She needs to advertise here holiday accommodation and to covert the advertising cost she set a price. That same price is given to […]
6 Reason to holiday in Camps Bay. Here are six reasons why people holiday in Camps Bay near Cape Town
Train Cape Town to Simonstown Taking the train is a lot of fun. I have done it a few times. From Simon’s town to Cape Town and back. From Simon’s Town to Fish Hoek, Muizenberg and back. And every time I surprised my self; it’s such a beautiful coastline. I took a book but I […]
Slangkop Lighthouse – Cape Town Things To Do This Slangkop Lighthouse measures 33 metres tall and made from sleet. Did you know that this lighthouse is the strongest and tallest cast iron lighthouse on the South African Coast? Well it is, and has become a popular tourist visiting spot. The Slangkop lighthouse has been […]
I was reading Tripadvisor when I came across this guy who got ripped off in Cape Town by a local accommodation crook. He said he lost R7500 to this scrupulous man. My interest is in sharing a solution to our holiday home makers. This is what Peter (not his real name) had to say about […]
Things To Do In Cape Town Mouille Point visit the Mouille Point Lighthouse and learn that it’s actually the Greenpoint Lighthouse.
Simon’s Town Beaches There are obviously a few more beaches, not many. But here are six lovely Simon’s Town beaches. Below is an interactive a map of these six Simon’s Town beaches. Simon’s Town Beaches: Fisherman’s Beach Simon’s Town: beyond the golf course. This is a very popular beach and most tourist know about it. […]
Best Place To Watch Whale in Cape Town Area Simonstown and False Bay you’ll see many whales from the side but also closeup from licensed boats
Pictures of Cape Town and quotes
Pictures of Cape Town and the surrounding area (at our Blog you’ll find then great photos with great quotes) Are you impressed with Cape Town? Some people like, Rhyno compare Cape Town to Monaco. Monaco is great but they don’t have Table Mountain, or our wine routes, or our whales, or our flowers, or our colourful people. […]
UncategorizedMarch 29, 2011
Simonstown accommodation is always a major issue during the Navy Festival. The much anticipated, fun-filled Navy Festival, will from this year forth, be called the “SA Navy Birthday Festival”. The SA Navy was established on the 1st April 1922. Next year’s festival will coincide with the SA Navy’s 90th birthday. As expected, the South African […]
UncategorizedOctober 5, 2010
MEC for Transport and Public Works will most probably visit the repair site of the railway line between Fish Hoek and Simonstown during the month of October.
UncategorizedOctober 4, 2010
The village of Simon’s Town is located on the picturesque False bay coast less than an hour from the Cape Town city centre, within easy distance of Cape Town International Airport and a couple of minutes from the famous Cape Point reserve.
UncategorizedMay 5, 2010
There are so many yummy places to eat. The Olympia Café is the best-known of Kalk Bay’s culinary treasures (and for good reason – such heavenly baked treats!) but wander around the small side streets
and you’ll find a plethora of small bakeries, ice cream shops and eateries, all begging to be sampled. Or of course there’s the fresh fish. Yum.
After that we began our drive around the peninsula driving through Muzenberg, stopping for lunch at Kalk Bay (where they catch fresh fish in the little harbor), then driving through Fishhoek, Simonstown, and stopping at Boulders Beach where there are tons of penguins (we were there when many were lying on their eggs ). We then made our way to Cape Point where we climbed the steepest hill up the lighthouse and were able to see where the Atlantic and the Pacific oceans meet. “
UncategorizedFebruary 26, 2010
Mr and Mrs Adkins had daughter called Amelia, born in 1865, who married Herbert Saddleton Ball. After spending some years in Johannesburg the Balls moved to Cape Town, and Mrs Ball brought with her the recipe of her mother’s “colonial chutney.” She started making the chutney at their home in Fish Hoek near Cape Town […]
Simon’s Town is a quiet suburb next to the sea, offering fantastic views, great architecture and cool cafes for relaxing. While you’re there, head to the Warrior Toy Museum to check out their great collection of antique toys, or take a tour out to visit the seal colonies on Seal Island. Salty Sea Dog, a casual dining
Cape Town and its surrounds have countless places of interest with some attractions being more well-known and some are slightly off the beaten track. Whatever your hobby or field of interest there will be something to interest you in Cape Town. We have compiled a small list of the top Cape Town attractions and some […]
Going through many of the beach towns (Simon’s Town, etc) on False Bay. You can see the european influence and some of the houses were amazing! Feels meditterean. Once we reached Cape Point we made the trek up for some outstanding views – it is the southeast corner of the Cape Peninsula, which is a mountainous and very scenic.
UncategorizedFebruary 17, 2010
Dont know what to do on a Saturday or Sunday? Take a roadtrip around Cape Point. Past Campsbay, Houtbay and through the beautiful Chapman’s Peak. Enjoy the fantastic view of Long Beach. Pass Llundudno and mission further to Kommetjie. Go to Imhoff Farm. It’s the place to spend your day. Eat, shop and relax. The most amazing food!!!
The Coffeeshop’s Club Sandwich is a winner. I challenge all girls to try to finish it!!
UncategorizedFebruary 7, 2010
The bohemian style Olympia Cafe is the kind that you’d expect to see in the heart of New Orleans – concrete floors
Hendelina Hamukanda is one of the most interesting Ekoka artists and one of my firm favourites. Born in Oshana, north of Okongo, she now lives in Ekoka with her grandmother and her two children. She is in her late 20’s and has five brothers and 3 sisters.
UncategorizedFebruary 6, 2010
Driving on, more treasures await – Cape Point at the tip of the peninsula, Simon’s Town and its resident penguins, views across False Bay, gentle waves at Muizenberg – perfect for learning to surf
A few weeks ago we stayed in a lovely St James home, between Muizenberg and Kalk Bay. Over the road, and we were next to the beach, on this same walk. One morning to Kalk Bay and the other morning to Muizenberg. Coffee at Knead in Muizenberg or coffee at Olympia Cafe. Olympia opens at six thirty in the morning and it’s great for early walkers like me.
UncategorizedJanuary 31, 2010
Next we made our way down to Simon’s Town. I should mention that we had a tour guide named Mario, who was not the greatest guide in the world. He was pretty much a neverending stream of bad jokes, commenting on how we weren’t laughing at his bad jokes, and some random trivia. Like Simon’s […]
UncategorizedJanuary 17, 2010
An Adrenaline Junkie’s Guide to Cape Town Cape Town is renowned as one of the most picturesque harbour cities in the world. Its prime position nestled into the bay with a stunning backdrop of the famous Table Mountain, attracts hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. Cape Town holidays can be many things to many people, but one thing they never are is boring! If you’re looking for relaxation, Cape Town can show