If you’re traveling to South Africa, chances are good that you will visit Cape Town, South Africa’s mother city. This beautiful harbour city sits against the backdrop of Table Mountain, one of the new seven natural wonders of the world. The city is stacked with stuff to do, indoors and out doors. If this is your first time here, read my quick guide on how to spend a packed 24 hours in Cape Town.
When you think about Croatia, you think about islands, sunshine, old red-roofed towns and vividly blue beaches. A visit to one of Croatia’s smaller islands in the Northern Gulf of Kvarner, Rab, surprised me with its pine forest inlets and light spring drizzle. What better way to celebrate the reappearance of the sun (just in time for sunset) with a quick improvised picnic?
Staying on the Southern part of Africa can provide one with some impressive scenery. Cape Point, the most South-Western tip of Africa, is an easy drive from Cape Town with beautiful views of the ocean lapping at jagged cliffs. The blue waters laced with green currents sparkles in the sun with a slightly ominous glare that will reach the depths of your soul.