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Café Jo Brown – a Long Street experience not to be missed
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Café Jo Brown – a Long Street experience not to be missed

Café Jo Brown might lie just off the top end of Long Street in Buiten Street, in Cape Town's thriving City Bowl, but in truth its flavour, personality and fresh faced candor means it deserves to take its place on Long Street, in amongst the stream of other din...
Liquorice and Lime in Kloof Street – a review
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Liquorice and Lime in Kloof Street – a review

Something I haven’t done for quite a long time is have brunch with my girl friends and yesterday we decided it was about time to get together for a good old skinner and a delicious food. The venue was Liquorice and Lime on the top end of Kloof Street in Cape T...
GREAT Walk and MORE Exhibition in Woodstock, Cape Town
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GREAT Walk and MORE Exhibition in Woodstock, Cape Town

Woodstock and more specifically Greatmore Street will be going art mad on 25 and 26 June 2010 in Woodstock, Cape Town The GREAT Walk and MORE Exhibition intends to create a positive image of the area while bringing contemporary art into the community’s space. ...
Chef Pons Asian Kitchen in Gardens – a review
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Chef Pons Asian Kitchen in Gardens – a review

At the beginning of the year I headed off to Thailand to meet up with my sister who lives in London. It was a wonderful experience full of new tastes, sounds and experiences. My sister had already been in Thailand for about three weeks by the time I arrived an...
Things to Do with Kids in the Cape Town City Bowl
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Things to Do with Kids in the Cape Town City Bowl

... things to Do with Kids in the Cape Town City Bowl We start our fun outings in the Cape Town City Bowl where there are a number of activities to delight children of all ages. A fun activity is to catch the double decker open-top bus (#1) for a 2 hour guide...
New Fugard Theatre in District 6 set to take Cape Town by storm
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New Fugard Theatre in District 6 set to take Cape Town by storm

It isn't often that theatre stops you in your tracks, particularly when it's something like Magic Flute, which admittedly I've seen performed umpteen times in various guises but never to quite the aplomb with which it was being performed at the new Fugard Thea...