HIDDEN GEM OF THE WEEK – SLANGKOP CAMPSITE
Nestled within indigenous Milkwoods, situated a mere 100m from the sea, Slangkop is the perfect location for a traveller continuing their travels after exploring the city of Cape Town (and staying with us of course!).
South African lingo is lekker
Many South Africans speak English but that doesn’t mean that you will always understand us. For example our “robots” are nothing like R2D2, “just now”
HIDDEN GEM OF THE WEEK – CHARLEY’S BAKERY
This weeks “Hidden Gem” is especially for you travellers with a sweet tooth. Charly’s Bakery, situated on Canterbury Street in District 6, is full of all things cake.
Blogger – Mr Lee Fraser reviews n@h
I didn’t know what to expect from the ‘backpacker’ hostel-slash-hotel but knew I’d be in good hands judging from the online reviews I had read prior to checking in
The hostel is located in the heart of Green Point with restaurants and shops at your door step and the beach just down the road.
Hidden Gem of the Week – Llandudno Beach
This weeks “Hidden Gem” goes to stunning Blue Flag – Llandudno Beach. Llandudno lies nestled in a private and peaceful cove, making it one of the most secluded and scenic beaches in Cape Town.
TIPS TO MEET PEOPLE WHILE TRAVELLING SOLO
Are you planning on travelling to Cape Town solo? As ironic as it may sound to travel solo rarely means to travel alone. In fact travelling solo often means we are likely to socialise more than we would travelling with friends.