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Best Travel Blogs: The Travel Tester Favourites July 2015

Read The Travel Tester’s handpicked best travel blogs in this month’s overview of articles written by our favourite travel bloggers from all around the world. Tune... You just finished reading Best Travel Blogs: The Travel...
by The Travel Tester on Jul 30, 2015

One Year of Marriage Celebrated in Cape Town

One year. We’ve been married for one year. Raquel and I looked at each other on our flight down to Cape Town and we both thought the same thing: Time has flown by without us noticing it, but that’s another post on its own, but for now I want...
by Travelling Tonito's Adventures on Sep 11, 2013

Weekend away at Olifantsbos Cottage

Last weekend for my dad’s birthday we decided to go away as a family but long car journeys aren’t that desirable an option with two young nephews. Looking closer to home I suggested we try one of the SANParks cottages in the Cape of Good...
by Rory in South Africa on Aug 23, 2013

Cape of Good Hope – Illustration by MUTI

Illustrated Atlantic Coast of South Africa. Creative design and illustration studio MUTI created this graphic illustration of the Atlantic coast of South Africa. The graphic shows the famous spots along the western side of the Cape of Good Hope.The p...
by WE AND THE COLOR on May 29, 2013

When it was good it was very very good

The waiting could stretch the patience of a saint.  The worst part is that you are tied to the boat.  Taking a road-trip or going exploring is out of the question.  After all, if the wind suddenly changes then you have to leave.  But when you fin...
by Adventuresse Travels on May 21, 2013

When it was good it was very very good

The waiting could stretch the patience of a saint.  The worst part is that you are tied to the boat.  Taking a road-trip or going exploring is out of the question.  After all, if the wind suddenly changes then you have to leave.  But when you fin...
by Adventuresse Travels on May 21, 2013

the Cape of Doom

I love catamarans.  They are comfortable, spacious, as many cat owners say; you don’t have to “live on the walls (referring to monohulls nearly constant listing to one side or the other) Unfortunately catamarans are not built for the Cape of Goo...
by Adventuresse Travels on May 14, 2013

the Cape of Doom

I love catamarans.  They are comfortable, spacious, as many cat owners say; you don’t have to “live on the walls (referring to monohulls nearly constant listing to one side or the other) Unfortunately catamarans are not built for the Cape of Goo...
by Adventuresse Travels on May 14, 2013

The Evolution of Distance Learning [Infographic]

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TOP TEN: Things to do in Cape Town

Cape Town is a beautiful place with so much to see and do! It is really hard to just narrow down the things to do in the city and surrounding [...]...
by JET LAG Manifesto on Apr 11, 2013

The Cape Peninsula: penguins, baboons and spectacular scenery

After my recent re-visit to Cape Town and the Cape Peninsula, I’ve a series of posts coming up. I’ll cover a cheetah, lion and rhino rescue project, another self-declared micro-nation, the infamous prison isle Robben Island, a thought-pro...
by Sophie's World on Feb 18, 2013

Cape Town revisited

As I write this, I’m at Heathrow, waiting for British Airways to fly me 30 000 ft or so above the warm African night. It’s a spur of the moment decision. I meant to call my friend from primary school, Ingrid, to see if we could find time...
by Sophie's World on Jan 16, 2013

Touring Table Mountain National Park

On the third of a series of weekends away with SANParks we did a tour of Table Mountain National Park including some of the lesser known attractions of this diverse and rather spread out park. Although we all live and work at the base of Table Mou...
by Rory in South Africa on Nov 5, 2012

Rare Types & Differant Stripes

To be able to see and photograph two endanged animal species within a few minutes of each other was a fantastic highlight of a recent trip to Cape Town. Its hard to imagine that such animals can be found in the wild within an hours drive of a majo...
by Wild Eye View on May 4, 2012

Get on board the Cutty Sark tea clipper in Greenwich

The British love tea. So do the Chinese. That much that they started the First Opium War. But we love both tea and ships; big famous ships that carry with them tones of history. The last surviving tea clipper, Cutty Sark, which was the fastest and gr...

Get on board the Cutty Sark tea clipper in Greenwich

The British love tea. So do the Chinese. That much that they started the First Opium War. But we love both tea and ships; big famous ships that carry with them tones of history. The last surviving tea clipper, Cutty Sark, which was the fastest and gr...

Cape Fynbos Feathers

It is not often you get a chance to mix business with pleasure and it’s always a pleasure to do business in Cape Town. Not only is the city itself beautiful it is surrounded by incredible mountain wilderness that is home to a variety of stunning bi...
by Wild Eye View on Apr 29, 2012


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