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baguette sandwiches

When a vintage bicycle, basket filled with the most delicious looking sandwiches, appeared outside Deluxe in Church Street about 18 months ago, we were intrigued. When we finally tasted the sandwiches, and learned that owners Steph, lighting specialist, digital retoucher and man of many talents, and Luciana, a location scout for 11 years, started Baguette …

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The Velvet Cake Co

Satisfy your sweet tooth Lower Loop Street is home to a divinely quaint place called the Velvet Cake Co. If you love cake and scrumptiously delicious muffins, quiches and all things nice, then this is the destination to satisfy your sweet tooth! The décor of The Velvet Cake Co. makes one feel like you have …

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Cape Town Helicopters and the Cavalli Gold Experience

The Cavalli Gold experience – something artistic and definitely unbridled with an air of the sweetest perfection known to man. Cape Town Helicopters brings you one of their speciality flights which takes you straight to the Cavalli Wine and Stud Farm, not before flying over the breath taking views of False Bay as well as …

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One of the smallest most incredible wine regions in South Africa

There lies in the Mother city one of the smallest wine regions, yet perhaps one of the most magical wine regions in South Africa, the Durbanville Wine Region. It is to this evergreen wonder that Cape Town Helicopters is waiting to fly you too. The actual flight which departs at the Cape Town Helicopter base …

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Cape Town Best Things to Do

The hub of all things hip and happening, the mother city offers so many marvelously wonderful things to do that its quite impossible to mention everything in one single article, however because in South Africa we have a saying that goes, ‘Local is Lekker’ we have first hand knowledge of the most exhilarating and exciting …

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Activities Beach

Long Beach

Long beach is precisely what the name suggests… a very, very long beach. However, Long beach is not only a pristinely white sanded beach of heartfelt serenity but also one of the most epic sites to dive along the coast of the Cape Peninsula. The entire area is beautifully scattered with an intense amount of …

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A Picnic in the Sky – The Cape Wheel

Imagine having a scrumptious picnic in the sky whilst a 360-degree panoramic view of Cape Town from the V&A Waterfront surrounds you. The Cape Wheel at The V&A Waterfront presents this magical experience. The vista from The Cape Wheel includes the breathtaking Cape Town skyline, Paarl mountains, the Cape Town Stadium, Robben Island and the …

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The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront – V&A Waterfront

Dare to dream of a place where there is a myriad choice of everything you can think of, coupled with a large amount of awesomeness and then stop dreaming because that absolutely phenomenal place is The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront.

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Nourishd – Follow the Rhythms of Nature

Living in harmony with Nature is the key by which most of the life charm is revealed. That is why it is so extremely important to understand this simple belief that the natural order of things is a group of repetitive rhythmic processes that affect our health, physical strength and spiritual balance. The instruments functioning …

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What to take on a hike up Lion’s Head?

So you have decided to take a hike up the iconic Lion’s Head? However, realizing that Lion’s Head is not limited to professional hikers alone, those reading this may very well be largely unprepared when thinking of tackling the great Lion’s Head. There are a few very important pointers which should be taken into mind …

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It’a a party at Woodstock Exchange

Those who’ve been keeping an eye on the transformation of three old industrial buildings into the Woodstock Exchange almost certainly share our excitement. If you haven’t yet and need a reason to go check it out, keep next Thursday, November 1 free, when a number of creatives are celebrating their official launch with a party. …

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World Rhino Day

join the rhino force

333 Rhinos were killed in South Africa in 2010. Nearly 300 have been slaughtered so far this year. If, as this report at Afrika Expeditionary Force states, 93,4% of Africa’s rhinos are found in South Africa, we have an enormous responsibility to ensure that these magnificent creatures are not hunted to near-extinction. One of the easiest ways …

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