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Time Out in Kommetjie

Time Out in Kommetjie
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Separated from neighbouring towns by mountains and cliffs, the coastal town of Kommetjie offers its visitors a sense of undisturbed natural beauty and peaceful isolation. Situated between rural Noordhoek and the seaside town of Scarborough, the wilderness and ...
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A Long Weekend in Stanford

"It is only in the country that we can get to know a person or a book" - Cyril Connolly, The Unquiet Grave, 1945 Described as the place that time forgot, Stanford village in the Overberg, is only one and a half hours from Cape Town, yet is worlds away. Its du...
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Neighbourgoods Market in Cape Town

Neighbourgoods Market in Cape Town
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The Neighbourgoods Market in Cape Town based at 'The Old Biscuit Mill' in Woodstock, is Cape Town’s answer to world renowned markets such as Portobello Market in the U.K. It has a dedicated following of fashionistas, families, chefs, singeltons, hippies, yuppi...
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Back from Rocking the Daisies

Back from Rocking the Daisies
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Starting just three years ago, the folk and rock festival, Rocking the Daisies, has fast become one of the best music festivals in South Africa. It takes place on a farm in Darling, on the West Coast, and is one hours drive from Cape Town, making it a pleasure...
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Majestic Muizenberg

Majestic Muizenberg
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With the faded opulence of its grand old manor houses lining the seafront, its retro children’s playgrounds and vintage soft drink advertisements that have been bleached by the sun, Muizenberg wears its past on its sleeve and seems akin to stumbling upon a Mad...
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Langebaan – A West Coast Gem

Langebaan – A West Coast Gem
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Defined by its rugged shorelines, coastal vegetation, heritage fishing villages and unpretentious lifestyle, the Cape West Coast still holds an element of the wild unknown. A tangibly strong culture of fisher-folk with their quaint small wooden fishing boats a...
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