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.
The first stop on my Croatian boat trip was the island of Krk. It’s Croatia’s biggest island off the main land and connected by a toll bridge. The old parts of Krk town are easy to explore on foot and full of narrow alleyways leading to small restaurants, konobas (a Croation pub-like institution with great food) and shops selling handcraft items. A visit to the medieval city, Vrbnik, was the highlight of my visit. Perched on a 48m cliff and overlooking the Adriatic ocean, it’s a lovely sight to see.
Fairview wine estate is located in the Paarl wine region of the Western Cape. I recently had the opportunity to do a bit of barrel tasting during a wine festival in Autumn. Fairview also specializes in cheese, especially goat’s cheese which are delicious. If you’re traveling on the Cape Wine Route, this is one wine estate you just have to visit!