Buy shop or dine
From elephant art to antelope jerky, the city offers unique–and proudly South African–finds
Sunday market in Hout Bay, Cape Town
It was June 2016 when I was lucky to get to fly back to South Africa. Cape Town specifically. Being the last stop in our African adventure, Cape Town is blessed with with a Mediterranean climate, this region is also gifted with natural wonders and breathtaking rock formations, such as the 250-million-year-old flat-top Table Mountain, a stunning landmark that one can reach by hiking or through cableway.
Tabletop mountain in Cape Town
With an exchange rate of P3 to one South African rand, Cape Town is definitely the place to be for a shopaholic Pinoy.
Shopping for traditional African arts and crafts is a given, but Cape Town also boasts modern and sophisticated products with African and Western influences.
Youth and tradition. Friendly sales staff at Watershed wearing traditional African…
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