Cape Town & the Garden Route
Cape Town is a nature lover’s dream destination. Not only is it bestowed with beautiful mountains and deep, blue seas, it also has man-made attractions that rival Mother Nature’s own creations. The best part is a road trip down the Garden Route, a tourist corridor that traces the scenic coastline of South Africa’s Western Cape.
 
DAY 1. We were welcomed to Cape Town by a cool sea breeze the moment we stepped out of the airport. It put a smile on our faces and signalled a perfect start to our year-end holiday. My friend and I had made the 12-hour journey from Singapore at the invitation of an old classmate stationed there. Even though it was summer, the temperature in Cape Town was relatively cool, peaking at an average maximum of 26°C only. Sunny days are aplenty here and today was one of them, as we drove to Camps Bay for lunch. Nestled beneath Lions Head and the Twelve Apostles, Camps Bay is a vibrant beachfront lined with cafes and restaurants. A 15-minute drive from the city, it is one of Cape Town’s most popular beaches, bubbling with activities throughout the year.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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