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48 Hours in Cape Town – What to see and where to go in Cape Town
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48 Hours in Cape Town – What to see and where to go in Cape Town

Only 48 hours in Cape Town - What to see and where to go in Cape Town - we give you the low-down. With the rand at an all time low, now is the time to visit! A plan to enjoy the Mother City could pursue any of the following: from sipping wine and browsing f...
The Secret Of Cape Towns True History
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The Secret Of Cape Towns True History

Lucy Campbell's myth-busting, grassroots, warts-and-all account of the little recognised pre-1652 founding of Cape Town, and the trauma of slavery, is a meaningful educational experience that few visitors can afford to overlook. 'Cape Town', says Lucy, her gr...
Port Elizabeth Historical Tour – Discovering the Riches of the Bay
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Port Elizabeth Historical Tour – Discovering the Riches of the Bay

Port Elizabeth is part of Nelson Mandela Bay and is popular for its stunning swimming beaches. In fact, every summer, Port Elizabeths guesthouses and hotels are brimming with visitors from all over the country, who have come to indulge in the pretty surrounds ...
The East Wynberg Walk – history on your doorstep
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The East Wynberg Walk – history on your doorstep

The leaflet for the East Wynberg Walk fell fortuitously into my hands at a recent library visit in Wynberg (great library, by the way). I've yet to scrounge up the other maps that are part of the Wynberg historical walks' series, but it was a surprise to learn...