My family of 5 with 3 girls 21, 17 and 16 will be in Cape Town for 5 nights in mid June. We are independent travelers and will do hop on hop off bus tour and probably get a car as well to go out of the city 2 days. Could you please advise if SeaPoint, Greenspoint or V&A waterfront would be best for us? We are trying to figure out if down on the waterfront or “up on the hill” would be better. We don’t want to spend over 30,000Rand for our 5 nights. I prefer a B&B or small boutique hotel atmosphere. Any recommendations would be appreciated!!
is there free wifi inside the airport or can anybody tell me any network name with corresponding password as i will need wifi to request uber upon arrival
Hi I was wondering if there are maps handed out at the tourist information maybe with the hiking trails up to Table Mountain, 12 Apostles, Skeleton Gorge etc.
Me and my partner would like to attempt all the above but don’t really want to be with an organised group.
Any info/ web links etc would be much appreciated
any betong tour from kolok
I’m taking my 12 year old to Egypt 6 full days. I plan to fly into Cairo (1&2) for 2 days and a night, then I’d like to take him to Luxor, Aswan, and/or Abu Simbel. I’ve been told that Abu Simbel is a full day trip. How much time should we spend in Luxor and/or Aswan? Can we enjoy Aswan in a day? Luxor in a day? I’m thinking maybe we can fly from Cairo early on day 3 to Aswan, spend a day in Aswan, on the following day, do a day trip to Abu Simbel (day4). Then fly from Aswan to Luxor early day 5 and spend the day and night in Luxor until day 6? Am I trying to do too much? Should I consider cruising to minimize costs? I know it’s a lot in 6 days but I want us to visit as much as possible, especially because he’s fascinated with ancient Egyptian history.
Do you know how the check in system work? I am travelling with my children so I prefer to know beforehand what I am supposed to do, rather then having to panic on the day. Thank you so much in advance for your help guys ! 🙂
We are visiting franschhoek tomorrow and Wednesday.
We are doing the blue line on the tram but I am keen to do some lesser known wineries that aren’t on the tourist trap routes.
We have a designated driver seems a shame to wage that! Any suggestions welcomed!
Hi, is it possible to have the email address of this hotel as we have an enquiry about booking rooms close to the sea and prices, many thanks
Is the Thong Nai Pan Express boat still running from Samui? – caught this boat in 2016 and it was a brilliant way to get to Thong Nai Pan beach. Im gathering reading these posts that its pricey to get transport from the port ( Thong Sala Peir) over to Thong Nai Pan beach?