TimeOut has named Cape Town one of its 53 Best Cities in the world, nominated by 20000 city-dwellers subscribing to the publication.
I am proud to be one of the subscribers who nominated our city, asked to identify the top restaurants and bars, theatre, art galleries, the nightlife, and the cool neighborhoods. In its calculation of the TimeOut Index 2022, the publication added the livability of the city as a resident as well as a tourist this year. Continue reading →
#grateful for a busy day, getting my client work done by 9h30, to leave for the City; for a 12 hour tour with my lovely young German client Josua, covering Bo-Kaap, Woodstock, Steenberg, Muizenberg, Boulder’s Beach, Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point, Chapman’s Peak, Camps Bay, Clifton, Signal Hill, and ending off the day with a lovely Tasting Menu dinner at Zest, Marlene Du Plessis-Zoetl eating there too; for surviving a very strong South Easter, especially in the deep south and at Signal Continue reading →
#grateful for a warm day with a moderate South Easter; for getting up early and posting for my clients, and preparing for client Status meetings; for a Jason’s croissant breakfast at home with the boys; for bravely going to my gentle ophthalmologist to book two eye ops a week apart, the first on Tuesday, my first ever use of Discovery to cover any medical costs 💙 ; for a lovely Zest lunch to spoil Justin Miller on his birthday, having helped him get the job at newkings boutique hotel 💙; for good Status meetings at Zest and newkings; for a quick shop at Woolies Piazza da Luz; and for being happy, healthy and free. 🙏💙 Continue reading →
Camps Bay and Clifton 4th Beach have been announced as Blue Flag Status Beaches for the 2021/2022 season, two out of only ten Beaches 8n total in Cape Town, reports BusinessTech.
According to The Wildlife & Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA), Blue Flags will be flown at 51 beaches, five marinas and by four sustainable tourism boats around South Africa over the forthcoming 2021/22 Blue Flag season.
The Western Cape province has 36 Blue Flag Beaches, with five new beaches added, including Onrus, Struisbaai, and WIlderness. KZN has 8 Blue Flag Beaches, and the Eastern Cape has 7 such Beaches. Continue reading →