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Cape Town: What to visit when exploring The City Bowl
For the discerning traveller to the Cape who would like to explore Cape Town’s City Bowl, here are a few suggestions. Remember, Cape Town bears two distinct faces, a mask worn by day and a mask worn by night. Whichever one you choose, this article will provide you with a few hints on how, when and where to explore Cape Town, whether by day or by night.

Cape Town by day

Pan African Market

Now that the subject of masks has been broached, the discerning traveller to the Cape may want to experience the full range of African facades. If this is the case, you need go no further than the Pan African Market. Located in a national monument on historic Long Street, one could easily walk to this destination and most rented taxis know exactly where Long Street is situated. Drop by the market on any day of the week and they should be open, although there are certain occasions when they may be closed due to certain religious observances.

Your vacation of a lifetime in Durban, KwaZulu-Natal
Situated on the eastern coast of South Africa is Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, a playground destination for those wishing to experience the intoxicating infusion of East meeting West with some Zulu history thrown in to create a vacation of a lifetime.

Tourist attractions such as the battlefields, Zululand and the Elephant coast make Durban a prime holiday destination. The city’s Point Waterfront area has been revamped from abandoned warehouses and fishing stations into the magical underwater water theme world of uShaka with acrobatic dolphin displays, marine museum and water slides.

What changes we may see when travelling after COVID-19 pandemic ?
A few days ago, the EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) and ECDC (European Center for Disease Prevention and Control) published a set of rules for air travel: COVID-19 Aviation Health Safety Protocol.

Because most of you don't have enough time to consult it, here are the most important changes that we should expect in the near future when we want to travel.

Safety tips and scams to avoid for solo travelers
It is certainly safer to travel with a group, but "dangerous" is too harsh of a word for solo traveling. Of course, you always have to make sure you're safe. However, if you have a little sane judgment, you will be able to protect yourself from most dangers.

Maybe most of this tips you already knew about, or read them before somewhere else.. but I think I have some unique ones. Anyway, I'll add my tips -- or rather, things I sometimes had to learn the hard way. This applies mainly to sketchy countries.


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