A country’s ‘second city’ might only be its second largest, but this doesn’t make it second best. These are the ones slightly under-the-radar, but high on the must-see list.
I am 24 and have lived in four South African cities but consider myself a proud Durbanite. I studied journalism and have an interest in social media, politics, popular culture. A course in travel writing sparked an appreciation and led to an internship with Getaway. My travel goals include Costa Rica, Tanzania, Morocco and if I can brave the cold, Antarctica. Memes are the best thing about Web 2.0. I’m getting ready to see the world.
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Our guide to the best free things to do in Cape Town – explore the spectacular outdoors, soak up some art and even find free beer.
From Mumbai’s leopards to deers in Japan, these streetwise animals have made the city their home.
We asked for your all-time best potjie tips over on Facebook, and the advice was just too good not to share.