Automne au Cap

Je veux profiter des derniers jours de beau temps en automne au Cap avant l’hiver, donc aujourd’hui j’ai joué l’école buissonnière pour me ballader sur les plages de Kalk Bay et Muizenberg. Le soleil était chaud sur mon dos, le ciel était beau, les pêcheurs étaient occupés, les surfeurs profitaient et il était difficile de…

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10 raisons de visiter le V&A Waterfront

10 raisons de visiter le V&A Waterfront au Cap The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront in the historic heart of Cape Town’s working harbour is South Africa’s most-visited destination, having the highest rate of foreign tourists of any attraction in the country. The Waterfront, as it’s known to locals, has enough attractions to keep an entire…

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Les jardins de Green Point

Leaving aside the pros and cons of the Cape Town Stadium in Green Point, the best thing to come out of the renovations for its construction is the 12 hectare Green Point Urban Park and Bio-diversity Garden. Commonly known as the Green Point Park, this multi-purpose space offers something for everyone. Two playgrounds allow very…

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Lumières de fêtes au Cap

Les lumières de fêtes au cap The Cape Town festive street lights were switched on this week with much fanfare and hype. A huge street party was held and the event was coordinated with the official inauguration of Table Mountain as a New Natural Wonder. The mountain is an integral part of the city so…

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L’un des passe-temps favoris en Afrique du Sud

L’un des passe-temps favoris en Afrique du sud – le barbecue! L’été est là, le soleil brille, et les Sud-Africains se précipitent à l’extérieur. Braaing est probablement la première activité qui vient à l’esprit. Un braai est un barbecue sud-africain qui nous passionne et que nous prenons très au sérieux au point d’avoir une journée nationale…

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25 Conseils de voyage de vacances

It’s almost time for your annual holiday and you’re excited about getting away from it all but are you as prepared as you can be? We scoured the internet and asked seasoned travellers for their best travel tips and here are the top 25. GETTING THERE Do your homework for special deals and activities taking place…

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Les plages de False Bay

Summer is almost here so let’s get into the spirit of sun and sand with a few hidden treasures and lesser known facts about the beautiful beaches of False Bay. I recently came across a little booklet on Cape Town beaches that is filled with interesting detail about every single beach along the 300km coast…

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Les caprices du cap – première partie

Quelques images prises lors de nos excursions dans le Cap qui montrent la créativité et la diversité de cette région magnifique. Un restaurant américain dans la forêt Tsitsikamma, partie de notre voyage Garden Route Pierres de marque célèbres Tout est recyclé Chevaux blancs sur la pelouse de Sea Point, en souvenir d’un naufrage Coccinelle en fil de…

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4 belle routes côtières

Le Cap est une région montagneuse entourée par l’océan il n’est donc pas surprenant que nous avons quelques superbes routes côtières qui serpentent autour des montagnes, These four are among the favourites – dramatic mountains on one side and the ocean on the other. Drivers have difficulty paying attention to the road with such beauty…

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La nature en ville au Cap

In addition to our beautiful Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, which we showcase on our Flowers and Wine tour, and the various surrounding mountains, the city of Cape Town has a surprisingly large network of small reserves that showcase the amazing biodiversity of this unique floral kingdom. The floral region of the Cape is a Natural World…

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Mon temps avec des super-enseignants

CoZa Cares – it really does! Mention the word ‘education’ to any South African and everyone shakes their heads in dismay and despair. The system is faulty and there are massive obstacles to overcome but I recently learnt of a pocket of inspiration which gives hope for the future of our young people. The CoZa…

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Des vignes et des bovins

Did you know that South Africa has its very own breed of indigenous cattle? The Nguni cattle, widely recognised as the most beautiful cattle in the world, were introduced to the southern part of Africa between 600 AD and 700 AD by migrating Xhosa, Zulu and Swazi people. The Nguni are prized for their beautiful…

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