Discover the doors of Long Street - Mexican on Long
Discover Long Street with the Grand Daddy Boutique Hotel, one door at a time. Join us on our weekly adventure where we go out and discover what is behind the fascinating and vibrant doors on Long Street!
This week we check out new kid on the street Mexican on Long.
Discover the doors of Long Street - Merchants on Long
Discover Long street with Grand Daddy Boutique Hotel, one door at a time: Merchants on Long Street
Join us on our weekly adventure where we go out and discover what is behind the fascinating and vibrant doors on Long Street!
Argus Cycle Tour - arguably the most beautiful cycle race in the world
The annual Cape Argus Cycle Tour is set to take place on March 9 2014. South Africa’s Cape Argus Pick n Pay Cycle Tour, the world’s largest individually timed cycle race – and the first event outside Europe to be included in the International Cycling Union’s Golden Bike Series – sees over 35 000 cyclists tackling a 109km route around Cape Town that is as spectacular as it is gruelling.
Dining African style - Mzoli’s
What is the most proudly South African thing you can do any day of the year, but especially a Sunday – a braai. And what is a braai all by yourself, with one or two strings of boerewors and a shrivelled up tasteless chop – sadness. A braai is an experience that should be shared with friends, old and new.
Taking a Bite Out of Jaws
We woke at 5:00 in the morning, for a two hour drive from Cape Town to Gansbaai, a small town considered to be the “Shark Capital of the World”. A group of friends from back home were here to spend a couple of weeks with me and together with Robyn; we had decided to go on what has to be the ultimate wildlife adventure. We were all way too excited to sleep and watched the sun rise as we drove along. Upon arrival, we were given breakfast and a safety briefing, and then headed out into open water.
Cape Point - one point, a million points of view
As you probably already know, Cape Point is the tip of the Cape Peninsula but isn’t actually where two oceans meet – the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean come together at Cape Agulhas, a couple of hundred kilometres to the east. But it’s beautiful and worth a visit, so who really cares?