A “casual walk” up Lion’s Head

During my university’s recent third term break, I made my way to the Western Cape to celebrate my best friends 21st birthday. I stayed for the whole nine days of vacation and she and I planned out a full week of activities (many of which we slept through because getting up before 10am during the holidays is just not going to happen when you are a third year varsity student. Sleeping in is a gift from the gods).

One of the things we actually didΒ do was our “casual walk” up Lion’s Head.

One of her friends from the area suggested the activity as a fun thing to do to end off our Tuesday. “Its the full moon soon, you girls should take a walk up Lion’s Head and watch the sunset with some sundowners! It’s so much fun! Grannies and kids do it!” Now, I will take that statement as true if the aforementioned grannies and kids were bodybuilding grannies and terminator kids who are ridiculously fit and go to the gym for fun because Lion’s Head is not a “casual walk”. Lions Head is 669 meters above sea level. Lion’s Head is aΒ hike.

We had been grossly misinformed. Continue reading

Sumptuous Camps Bay

The City of Cape Town is one of the best that South Africa has to offer. Its a cosmopolitan mix of fine dining, art, culture and beautiful landscapes (Also a great place to find fine specimens of the fairer sex…if you’re into that sort of thing…there are lots of well dressed men and women to incite mid-day day dreams about future weddings/babies/his & her bathrooms etc…).

The towns dotted around the bay are gems within themselves.

14 minutes outside of Cape Town city center is Camps Bay. Described as a relatively small “beach village”, Camps Bay is nothing like a typical village that one would imagine. Continue reading