South Africa

Before I packed up for South Africa, I had a different impression about South Africa. I thought South Africa was more of a Wild Life Destination, until I learnt about the Springbok Rugby team, the flamboyant vineyards, the exquisite golf clubs and breathtaking mountain peaks such as Lion’s Head and Table Top. Add to it, the backdrop of the misty mountain ridges, golden sunrises, and enchanting sea shores. And as you keep wondering what more to expect, it leaves you spellbound with its livelier smiles and warmth. I am exploring the port City of Cape Town for a week and will not be surprised if I leave some part of my identity here. Here’s the Trawellblogger’s Guide on how you can plan your trip in this port city. 

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Raj Indian Restaurant

Frankly speaking, the Raj Indian Restaurant was a matter of accident. For a moment, I had almost escaped it while moving along the Camps Bay Area, but then it was right there staring back at me, from the other side of the road. Finding a little spaces of your own country on a distant land is nothing less than a blessing in disguise. 

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Ethiopian Airlines

The preferred choice of flying to South Africa is Emirates, Air Mauritius or Qatar Airways. However, the Ethiopian Airlines is no less. With its Dreamliner series of Boeing -747 fleet, the Ethiopian Airlines comes with luxury and comfort at a price unimaginable. Here’s a quick review of my first trip on the Ethiopian Airlines to Cape Town.

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Table Mountain

The Table Mountain is the most popular location of Cape Town. In fact, it is what the city identifies itself with. Table Mountain sees more than  24 million visitors every year and forms an important part of the National Conservation Parks in South Africa. Today, I am here to find out what it takes to meet…Continue Reading “Table Mountain: Are you up for the thrill yet?”