Camps Bay – Bay of Beauty

Before the sea-facing suburb of Camps Bay became the sparkling gem in the crown of the Atlantic Seaboard and one of the most sought-after addresses in the country, it’s bizarre to think there was a time when nobody wanted to live there. Despite its proximity to some of the best beaches in the land, it…

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Sexy Sundowner Spots

Things are certainly looking up for us. Despite our fears and some scary predictions, we rode out the Covid-19 storm with extraordinary success, and a recovery rate so high it has medical professionals puzzled. As we enjoy the transition to Level One and look forward to international borders opening up on 1 October, spring has…

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Sea Point Secrets

Sea Point and its surrounds looked very different in the 1800s and 1900s. Before the promenade wall was built there was nothing separating residents from the ocean but undulating sand and jagged outcrops of black, volcanic rock. Today, Beach Road is dominated by tall apartment blocks commanding enviable views of the shipping lines and Signal…

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Go Clubbing

A happy event for Capetonians has been the long-awaited opening of our sports and social clubs. Cape Town is an active, health-conscious city, and its great climate allows for year-long outdoor activities. These venues come highly recommended. Swiss Tennis Club A Swiss tennis club in Cape Town? Actually there are two, one in Tamboerskloof and…

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