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Bruce Robertson’s new venture – dining in his home in Scarborough Cape Town – The Boat House

Bruce Robertson’s new venture – dining in his home in Scarborough Cape Town – The Boat House

From 1 February Bruce Robertson, one of South Africa’s most well known chefs (former owner of the Showroom in Cape Town), will be opening a spot that celebrates  “The Art of Table d’ Hôte” – ie the opportunity to dine in his home in Scarborough.  The new venture is called The Boat House.  This is really exciting as I have been watching this trend on the television in a number of documentaries – it has become very popular in New York.  In…

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Muizenberg Cape Town – a surfer’s paradise….and a slightly eccentric spot to explore

Muizenberg Cape Town – a surfer’s paradise….and a slightly eccentric spot to explore

Boasting over 36 km of white sandy beach this has got to be one of the prettiest spots in Cape Town.   It is also home to the oldest Surf shops in out city.  So, if you are into surfing, or learning to surf, or simply watching others surf……..this is the corner of Cape Town to head to.  For those who are interested in surfing lessons check out www.learn2surf.co.za or www.garysurf.com.   Note that the water is warmer here then on the…

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