I was almost going to skip the monthly recap for February because nothing exciting happened. I stayed the whole month in Cape Town and didn’t visit any new countries. But let’s do it anyway before March is over, and it’s time for another monthly recap! This is going to be a bit shorter than usually because as I said, nothing happened in February. And next week you can already read the next monthly recap anyway as this is the last day of March!
Countries Visited: South Africa = 1
Cities / Towns visited: South Africa: Cape Town, Franschhoek
New Countries: 0
Country Count: 77/197
The Spectacular Table Mountain View in Cape Town
I stayed a couple of nights at Bliss Boutique Hotel in Sunset Beach which is the best place to get a breathtaking Table Mountain view. You can read the whole post here, and check out more pictures.
Vegan Food & Wine Tour
I also did a vegan food and wine tour from Cape Town. Franschhoek itself is a beautiful place to visit but the food… I have no words; it was so delicious! The day also included wine tasting, olive oil tasting and seeing a painting pig. You can check out the post here.
I had a pretty good month as this was my biggest challenge of the month. But yes, as a travel blogger it’s been quite challenging sometimes because South Africa is not the best country when it comes to fast Internet. I had big plans to start making Youtube videos, and I actually filmed and edited the first video just to realize that the wifi is too slow to upload it. And even if I could upload the first video, I wouldn’t be able to upload any more videos after that because the wifi situation is just getting worse when I travel deeper to Africa. And if I start to do Youtube, I want to do it properly like uploading a new video every week or every second week. So I decided to postpone my Youtube career, I’ll consider it again when I’m back in Europe!
I finally made it to the top of Table Mountain, and WOW! It’s beautiful up there!
When I first visited Cape Town a few years ago, I spent most of my time surfing in Muizenberg. Now it was time to go back, and I was happy to see that the place was still awesome and the waves perfect for surfing!
I didn’t go to Cape Point last time when I was in Cape Town, but now I had a chance to do it with a local friend. The best way to explore Cape Point is by driving and hiking. There are different hiking routes to choose from, and you can park your car next to the starting points.
In February, I mostly posted pictures of Comoros and also a few of Cape Town.
Kids swimming in Moheli, Comoros
Itsandra Beach, Comoros
At the top of Table Mountain, Cape Town
By the way, if you haven’t noticed I now have a monthly newsletter! You can sign up on the sidebar. You can receive exclusive travel updates from me, and I also plan to shorten (this month’s recap was exceptionally short because I was just staying in Cape Town, but usually they are a bit longer) these monthly recaps anyway and write more in the newsletter.