Cape Town – Turning your weekend into a pocket of soul-recharging bliss just got a whole lot easier, since Traveller24 has rounded up some of the hot and happening things to do around the Friendly City this weekend.
Ease into it at the Lady Slipper Market, find your inner-brew-meister or sway and swerve to the Parlotones Orchestrated, as the popular local band will be in PE this weekend.
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Day Trip: Set out for a day in Van Staden’s Nature Reserve, as you hike or mountain bike the exceptional mountains of this gorge.
A photo posted by Qanita Adam (@que_adam) on Feb 15, 2016 at 12:10pm PST
Easy mornings: Ease into the weekend at the Lady Slipper Market, its family friendly and you can tuck into favourites such as pancakes, moerkoffie, samosas as well as curry and rice.
For the love of Art: Explore the role played as the social conscience of the country during apartheid in the Cultural Boycott to Pan African Dream on at the Art Museum.
Treat the family: Teach the kids about healthy, purposeful living as they check out the IRONKIDS aquathlon, part of a movement about t fun and healthy living for kids
Nelson Mandela Bay stadium in all its glory next to the North end Lake. We must have one the most beautiful stadiums in the country.. Do you agree ? .?? by : @abo_explores #PortElizabeth #IgersPortElizabeth
A photo posted by igersportelizabeth (@igersportelizabeth) on Nov 3, 2015 at 11:30pm PST
Expo Yourself: Get into the inner workings of three microbreweries based in Port Elizabeth, or why not go the whole hog and do the Hop On Beer Route Tour organised by Gecko Tours.
Movers and Shakers: Catch Wayne Kallis at Ziggy’s Tappas Bar for live entertainment or catch JHB heavyweights Kyle Watson and Pop Art Live sharing their groove at Belizza in PE’s Times Square Centre as well as the Parlotones orchestrated is on at the Feather Market Convention Centre.
Couple Karma: Shamwari Game Reserve, listed as one of the top breakaways when in the Friendly City, allows you and your partner to get back to the rhythm of nature.
A photo posted by Shamwari Game Reserve (@shamwari_game_reserve) on Mar 31, 2016 at 9:24am PDT
Wine and Dine: After honing his skills as a chef in Cape Town for several years, first at Willoughby’s Co and then in his own catering business, Mark Oosthuizen’s Fushin on Stanley Street in Richmond is worth checking out.
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