TA­BLE MOUN­TAIN

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De­spite weath­er­ing one of the worst droughts in its his­tory, not to men­tion the odd power cut, Cape Town has done it again and been crowned by you as the world’s best city. Liv­ing there, as I do, is rather like dat­ing a mer­cu­rial model – we’ll put up with the oc­ca­sional dis­com­fort for the sheer joy of wak­ing up with a real, nat­u­ral beauty and views you will never tire of. Here are 10 of the city’s must-see high­lights.

The indige­nous Khoi peo­ple of the re­gion named the iconic flat-topped mas­sif “Ho­erik­waggo”, Moun­tain of the Sea, and it is this geog­ra­phy – tow­er­ing peaks that drop, at times ver­ti­cally, into the vast blue – that makes Cape Town so se­duc­tive.

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