From Camphill to Camps Bay

After four fantastic weeks in Camphill Village my second part of my adventure in South Africa starts  – holidays. I fetch my wife from Cape Town International Airport and off we go to Camps Bay which is a well known buzzing seaside resort in Cape Town. We don’t go directly but stop by at our favourite Cafe in Tamboerskloof – The Blue Cafe which is a neighbourhood cafe. Excellent Cappuccino and “lekker” breakfast.

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View on Table Mountain from The Blue Cafe

From there we move on to Camps Bay where we have booked two “Airbnb nights”. The house is breathtaking. However, the reception is quite impersonal. It doesn’t take long and we are at our favorite beach – Clifton 4. It’s not crowded and lots of stones to sit on and enjoy the sun and the waves. Water temperature is between 12-14 degrees!!!!!

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Clifton Beach 4

Saturday morning we went to the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock which is not any more an insider tip but nevertheless a nice place to be. There is a fantastic food market on Saturday besides the nice art stores. If you really want a treat book a table in The Test Kitchen which is a gourmet highlight. You need to book well in advance! Although, we haven’t been there.

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The Old Biscuit Mill on a Saturday morning
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Fresh coconut milk at The Old Biscuit Mill in Cape Town

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A last view from our balcony onto Lions Head gives you a further impression of Cape Town.
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