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Colourful houses in De Waterkant

The Best Neighbourhoods in Cape Town for Digital Nomads 

If you’re considering moving to Cape Town as a digital nomad, then it’s important to choose the right neighbourhood. The city of Cape Town is beautiful and vibrant, but it’s still important to do your research before you make a move. Safety, amenities, natural beauty, and proximity to nightlife are all some important factors to …

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Vadas Bakery stall at Oranjezicht Market

Guide to Visiting the Oranjezicht Market

You haven’t really been to Cape Town until you’ve paid a visit to the Oranjezicht City Farmer’s Market. (Or just the Oranjezicht Market for short.) Every weekend, you’ll find local sellers here offering up fresh, organic produce, as well as restaurant stalls showcasing some of the city’s best global cuisines.  The Oranjezicht Market really is …

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The harbour at the Waterfront with Table Mountain in the background

14 Best Things to do at the V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is one of the best parts of Cape Town to hang out in. It’s home to beautiful views, excellent shopping, great restaurants, and resident seals! There’s a ton to do around here and I always really enjoy the laid back but convivial atmosphere at the Waterfront.  The Waterfront is actually …

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