Cape Town The Best City in The World: The Consequences
I read everything on Cape Town. I have to because Cape Town is one of your chosen holiday destinations. But when I get regular newspaper listings saying Cape Town is the best then I get worried. And you may as well.
The New York Times Listed Cape Town as the No 1 City.
The Daily Mail in the UK ride the Mandela wave.
They describe Cape Town:
With the country also celebrating 20 years of democracy this year, it seems the perfect time to explore the country that produced one of the 20th Century’s greatest heroes.:
Ordinary bloggers cannot stop saying Cape Town is the most beautiful city in the world. And on twitter it’s a buzz with good news:
And I have not even mentioned all the celebs visiting Cape Town.
Cape Town the Capital Of Cool:
Cape Town won the bid to host WDC 2014 against worthy overseas opponents and assumed the mantle at a Grand Parade bash on New Year’s Eve. Up to 80 000 revellers were expected to attend the WDC launch party, dubbed “Cape Town on top of the world”. Read more here.
And ontop of it all Cape Town Is Getting Cheaper For Foreigners
Let’s look at the UK pound vs South African rand for the last 12 months.
During this time it has become 25% cheaper for people in the UK to visit Cape Town. Basically they can stay 4 days in Cape Town and get one day free – when compared to 12 months ago. What a bargain.
These trends have consequences for you. One of them is accommodation. It will become more scarce as more and more people flock to Cape Town.
We at CapeHolidays.Info are already assisting people with accommodation for end 2014 beginning 2015. And some beach accommodation has already been booked and paid for. If you want first choice don’t wait for last minute deals in Cape Town. I read that there are bargains overseas if you wait for the last minute. Don’t waste your time. If you wait you will be disappointed.
In the meantime. Let’s have fun. It’s a lot easier than being serious. So. Fun it will be.
Johan Elmarie Nandi