Table Mountain with a “table cloth”

We went out last night to an old time hang out – Quay Four at the V and A Waterfront. Have to say – been there, been there, been there. And it’s always a great night out. It’s not the sort of place where you chat over fine food.

This is more like a boogie, laugh and have loads of fun type of place. The V and A Waterfront has masses of cafes and eateries with views of the boats at work and play. You can find just about anything to eat. Budget conscious diners may want to head to the food hall. The V and A Waterfront is also a shopping centre and has a massive craft market for curio shoppers. Don’t forget the Aquarium, Robben Island ferry and sunset boat tours all kick off from the harbour so you may want to take a full day out.

The Ferris wheel has moved inside the Waterfront and there is an ice rink for the festive season. Visitors from up north might be inclined to give the cold a miss and hang out in the warm sunshine. Visit what’s on in Cape Town for more on what is happening in Cape Town. And don’t forget that one of the two main Tourist Info offices is at the Clocktower at the Waterfront. You will find brochures on all there is to do. Extreme sports, township tours, food routes, hiking trails, pink guides, craft route, whale watching, what to do with kids, museums, winelands, . . . Cape Town has plenty to do. Just make sure you have enough time or you will have to come back.

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