Visiting Cape Point and Dias Beach is a must for any trip to Cape Town. Its the end of the Cape Peninsula and feels a bit like the end of the world! People go for the views, and boy are they are worth it. Breathtaking blues and greens stretching for miles, water and mountains melding together. On a clear day you can see the mountains all the way around False Bay.Read More →
Cape Peninsula: Where gypsies might stay put
Tobi and I have gypsy blood. We’ve moved house five times in our six years of marriage. It is always tough to say goodbye to friends. But we have never been so sad about leaving a place, as we are about moving away from the Cape Peninsula: green mountains all around, the ocean just ten minutes away on either side, chilled community vibes, the secretiveness that surrounds it all… Read More →
Cape Town Adventures: Bluebird Market
Food markets are definitely a must for any visitors to Cape Town, and Bluebird Market should definitely be at the top of your list, South African markets are similar in feel to our farmer’s markets in the U.S., but focus a lot more on ready-to-eat food than just selling crafts, vegetables and fruit, although there was some of that too! We only went to three markets, out of many in Cape Town, but even without visiting the others I know the Blue Bird Market HAS to be one of the best!
The word “charming” doesn’t quite do it justice.Read More →