World Cup Rugby celebrations and summer is in the air in Cape Town
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World Cup Rugby celebrations and summer is in the air in Cape Town

Students studying at LTC this summer will have the added benefit of experiencing “Springbok Fever” in Cape Town. Nothing has ever brought people from different walks of life together like cheering on the Springbok Rugby team. Foreign students and tourists during this time share the enthusiasm of the “rainbow nation”. Archbishop Desmond Tutu, the Nobel...

South African food
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South African food

To truly enjoy South African food, you have to be in South Africa. It’s all about history, the surroundings and your company. Due in part to its history of settlement and colonization, as well as its location on the coast, South-African cuisine has many influences including Dutch, French, Malaysian and indigenous cultures. Here are some...

Discover the Garden Route
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Discover the Garden Route

When travelling on the N2, between Eastern Cape Town and Western Cape Town, you’ll discover one of South Africa’s best-kept wonders: the Garden Route. The Garden Route offers you majestic mountains, breathtaking views, a natural garden of rich colorful views, with valleys and lakes, rivers and forests, a paradise for bird-lovers and nature lovers, an...

A day at Mzoli’s
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A day at Mzoli’s

In the Gugulethu Township, 15 km’s outside Cape Town, South Africa, people have great parties in a restaurant famous for its red meat. Mzoli’s is a unique place, punctuated by African house music and run by a rather interesting manager. Huge buckets of meat, barbecue sauce and an authentic atmosphere make the whole experience an...

SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN CAPE TOWN
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SPORTS ACTIVITIES IN CAPE TOWN

Cape Town offers a beautiful array of sport activities through which to discover the city. Here is a list of eight of those activities in and around the city: Hiking in the mountains When I think of Cape Town, its beautiful mountains come to mind and one has indeed a huge variety to choose from...

The best things to do in Cape Town
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The best things to do in Cape Town

Cape town is an amazing place in South Africa to enjoy a lot of activities. There is a real cultural and natural beauty. So I would like to advice you about activities, which you cannot miss. The most beautiful beaches in Cape Town You have to go to Camps bay, Clifton, Llandudno and Muizenberg. At...

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My Cape Town experience

Let me introduce myself, my name is Barbara, I study in Maastricht in the Netherlands and can call myself very fortunate because I’ve been given the opportunity to do my internship in the most beautiful country in the world, South Africa.  I can’t believe I’ve been in Cape Town for four months now, on one...

Top 10 activities in Cape Town
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Top 10 activities in Cape Town

Are you coming to Cape Town soon or are you already here and looking for cool activities to do? Well we made a list of things we think ...

Public transport in Cape Town
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Public transport in Cape Town

Public transport in Cape Town Cape Town has several options when it comes to public transport. In this blog I’ll show you the different options you have and share some history about public transport in Cape Town. Early public transport in Cape Town The first public transport in Cape Town was around May 1801, when a...

Cape Town Slang 101
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Cape Town Slang 101

Cape Town is such a mix of different cultures and languages, therefore it’s a given that the city would have its very own “language” or slang. And boy, Cape Town’s slang is unique!   Here’s a list of the most popular Capetonian slang words and what they actually mean: Ag (ah-ch): To show resignation or...