posted by Colm Hanratty | 1 Comments
Camps Bay is a cool place. Sally-Ann, one of the girls I work with, told me “Just stay in Camps Bay” before leaving the office. She wasn’t wrong. I could’ve stayed there all day. I wish I could have but I didn’t. I had work to do you understand!
Down in Camps Bay I took some photos, filmed some footage, and then moved on to the next beach – Clifton Beach. It’s broken up into four beaches. These are imaginatively titled beach #1, beach #2, beach…you get the picture.
From here I went to Cape Town’s answer to Dublin’s Temple Bar, the Victoria & Albert Waterfront. The pan pipe players confirmed that this really is the touristiest part of the city. After buying a new pair of shorts for the imminent “10 things you need to know about Cape Town” video, I returned to The Backpack and Africa Travel Centre” where I’m staying.
Now I’m heading back to Camps Bay for some pizza and a beer.
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