Articles by iminglin

Getting Around in Cape Town

Getting Around in Cape Town April 23, 2010 | Travel Tips | Read More
With Table Mountain in the heart of the city, its hard to ever be completely lost in Cape Town.  However, having a large mountain, two coasts, a few large bays, and a national park as major features makes Cape Town a bit hard to navigate as a visitor.  Add to this a public transport system that leaves...

eating local, organic, and fresh in Cape Town

eating local, organic, and fresh in Cape Town April 7, 2010 | Food | Read More
The weather, geography, and geology gods have looked upon Cape Town favourably.  Other than the striking Table Mountain, the Cape region provides some of the world’s finest wines and brandy, a plethora of fresh fruit and vegetables, and a (declining) supply of seafood.  So where should one look...

Easter in Cape Town

Easter in Cape Town March 31, 2010 | Events, Nightlife, Things to Do, What's New | Read More
Easter in Cape Town means a long weekend to celebrate the last of summer.  For those sticking around the city, there are plenty of activities to indulge in and, of course, the usual beaches to lounge on in between. For the fit (and aspiring), the Two Oceans Marathon (actually an ultra- marathon at 56km)...

Celebrating the Good Things in Life…. Harvest Time!

Celebrating the Good Things in Life…. Harvest Time! March 25, 2010 | Events, Food, Things to Do | Read More
A bit of chill in the air, rainy days, stunning sunsets, and shorter days… autumn is on its way to Cape Town.  With it comes the celebration of the essentials in life- good food, wine, live arts, and action. If you find yourself in Cape Town at the moment, your stomach and taste buds will thank...