Location - Table Mountain - a must see in Cape Town ☺️
Learning how to bead at MonkeyBiz.
I loved Bree st. It's lined with a lot of cute restaurants and bars, like La Parada - a spanish tapas restaurant. The food was so good, I went twice in one week☺️
One thing I really liked about SA was how cheap food and drinks were. This pink lemonade cost less than £3.
Afternoon Tea at Mount Nelson Hotel
This is supposedly the best tea in South Africa. Given that there were at least two other tea enthusiasts in the group of friends I traveled with, we had to try it out. I've only ever been to tea at Ladurée in NYC and that was about 2 years ago. So, I wouldn't really know how to rate it against other afternoon teas. Regardless, we all enjoyed it!
Pictured Above: With the drummers at Gold Restaurant where we had a 9 course African meal.
The University of Cape Town Courtyard
You probably can't tell from the pictures but I was really on a business school trip to Cape Town. Apart from the company visits, tours and lectures we had everyday, it really felt like I was on vacation with my friends. Not a horrible way to spend the week after exams :)
Boulders Beach - a smelly adventure
Southern Shipyard visit - learning about the manufacturing of million ££ yachts
Dornier Wine Estate, Stellenbosch
Last supper at Nobu with the squad
One last selfie for the road 😜