Date posted: August 21, 2020 | Author: Denis Stupan
Excellent news: Table Mountain Cableway reopens as 0f 1 September 2020. Wearing a mask is obligatory!
The cableway will operate between 8am and 3pm from Monday to Sunday throughout September. A maximum of 26 people plus the cabin master will be allowed per ride in the cable car to ensure physical distancing takes place.
To reduce the spread of COVID-19, no person will be permitted to enter the cable car without a mask. The cableway will undergo a deep clean every 24 hours and will be sanitised after every ride to ensure the safety of visitors and our team. Hand sanitiser will also be provided at the lower and top stations.
The WiFi lounge at the top station will be open for hot and cold beverages such as coffee, tea and water. The visitor’s centre will be open at the lower station and snacks and takeaway meals such as sandwiches, salads and an assortment of cakes will be available at the kiosk. [Read More]
Date posted: June 10, 2020 | Author: Denis Stupan
Travel introduces you to a whole new world of culture and history, and without a little background on the place you’re visiting it can be tough to know what’s expected of you as a guest.
Tipping is one of those things that is different all over the world, and it can be awkward trying to figure out etiquette and local customs.
We asked some local experts to weigh in, and provide the official guide to tipping in South Africa.
South Africa has a tipping culture, and the general rule is we start at 10%. Many people who work in the service industry rely on these tips to make a living wage, so often tips are higher than 10%. [Read more]
Date posted: February 22, 2020 | Author: Denis Stupan
Experience the contrary at Stellenbosch Hills estate. Polkadraai & Popcorn is a wine and popcorn pairing, designed to bring out the best flavours in each other. For R55 per person, you can taste four wines from the estate’s Polkadraai wine range, paired perfectly with flavoured gourmet popcorn.
Which do you think would pop for you? The Sauvignon blanc brut, which has notable fruit flavours, with coconut and chia seed popcorn, or the Chenin blanc with salted caramel popcorn? Maybe you’re more of a red wine person, in which case you’ll love the berry-inspired rose complemented by cinnamon and pretzel popcorn, or the pinotage and dark chocolate popcorn combination.
Tastings occur at the Stellenbosch Hills winery, which is open Monday to Friday from 9am to 5pm, and Saturdays from 10am to 3pm. Bookings are highly recommended as sessions fill up quickly.
Date posted: January 15, 2020 | Author: Denis Stupan
Who doesn’t love a night market? Festive music, blazing fires, the sizzle of saucepans on open flames, delicious aromas wafting through the air, and crowds jostling for a seat at the communal table (okay, the last bit we can do without). Much to do and to explore.
Source: Inside Guide
In summer, when you’re looking for a low-key evening out – without a hefty bill and having to make a reservation beforehand – there’s hardly a better way to do so than at a night market.
No mess, no fuss, and no dishes to wash up after. Plus, nothing comes close to enjoying a meal under a starlit sky.
[Click] for a list of night markets in the Cape.