It’s been a year since we wrote this article about the contrasting sides of the beautiful city of Cape Town. It’s one of the most beautiful cities we have explored, however when digging deeper the underlying contrast and history left us stunned. We hope you enjoy reading it once again.
One of my favourite cities in Africa is South Africa’s crowning jewel of Cape Town. This dramatic city boasts a superb seaside location, great climate, the iconic Table Mountain, proximity to some of the country’s best natural attractions and a turbulent yet fascinating history.
Located in the South West corner of the country, Cape Town is the second most populated city in South Africa, and the biggest in land area. The city itself is home to 3.5 million people, who enjoy its great climate and spectacular natural beauty on a daily basis. It is no wonder why this ‘beautiful’ city is flooded by tourists yearly.
The most well-known unmissable attraction is that of Table Mountain which dominates the skyline of the city. It is best seen in the morning where a light layer of cloud could (if your lucky) coat the summit of the mountain, literally making it look like…
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