Most of all I enjoy the easy lifestyle in Cape Town, just kicking back and chilling along the sea promenade and at my favourite beaches: Clifton, Camps Bay (pictured) and Llandudno…
I first visited the Mother City in 1997, shortly after apartheid was abolished (in 1991), and am amazed to see the development the city, and South Africa, has undergone.
On my first visit to Cape Town I experienced all the main sights, like Robben Island (where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 years), the District 6 Museum and the iconic Table Mountain.
All worth a visit but every time I return to Cape Town I aim to discover and explore new areas, experiences and interesting (day) trips.
I am more than happy to share my favourite experiences from my most recent trip to Cape Town with you…
One of my favourite cyber-offices is the roof top at Cape Quarter Living in De Waterkant, Cape Town.
One of the many advantages of cyber space is that you are, more often than not, able to work anywhere in the world, provided Continue reading
Cape Town is the perfect mix of relaxed seaside living and bustling metropolis… with the added bonus of a very pleasant climate (pictured Clifton Beach).
I will be visiting the vibrant ‘Mother City”, Cape Town in South Africa, from 3 to 27 February 2014. When in Cape Town I will be Continue reading