Category Archives: South Africa Travel Tips

Discover Cape Town, South Africa

Don’t decide on your favourite city until you’ve been to Cape Town. South Africa’s Mother City, it boasts one of the world’s most stunning urban locations, set spectacularly between Table Mountain and the sea. From the penguins at Boulders to the big game at Solole, there’s plenty of wildlife to observe, and the city itself is no slouch when it comes to showing visitors a good time.

Cape Town For Kids – What To Do

Cape Town truly is a magnificent destination for a holiday, and there is so much to do for families. Tourists are guaranteed great weather for much of the year, with a fantastic coastline to be explored, together with majestic scenery ranging from huge mountain ranges to nature reserves, and interesting tourist attractions. The following article will […]

Day Trip From Cape Town To Hermanus

Cape Town is the second most populated South African city, and the capital of the Western Cape Province. There is much to see and do in the city, but what you might not know is that the best place in the world to watch the kings of the sea, the Southern Right Whales is just […]

World Cup 2010 The Final Stages

As the curtain was drawn on the 2010 World Cup tournament we give you brief run down on the final stages of the 19th World Cup competition. In a tournament marked by refereeing controversies, relatively poor latter stage attendances and sadly, plenty of cynical play, it was indeed fitting that the winning team is a winner for the football […]

World Cup 2010: The Last Eight

There is nothing like the knock out stages of a football tournament – the anxiety, joy, tears and sweat of players and supporters alike is there for all to see on television! Every World Cup throws up its fair share of controversy, and 2010 has been no exception. Read on for more…. The Round of […]

World Cup 2010 Week 2

Well, wasn’t that much better? After an uninspiring start to the biggest sporting event of the year, with a record few goals, things brightened up quite significantly during week 2 didn’t it? Acrimonious bust ups and humiliating exits were the order of the day this week - the biggest shock in many a year has meant that both the 2006 […]

2010 World Cup Week 1 Update

The first round of group games have been played – and it’s fair to say that the tournament has been pretty much a let down so far with most of the fare being pretty much at best, very average, with stout defending to the fore. At the time of writing there has been on average a total […]