Michael Faust Reveals Travel Secrets from Cape Town
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Where is your city?
What’s the cheapest way to enjoy this city at night?
Head down to the Waterfront precinct and enjoy live music, street entertainment, great water and mountain views, and restaurants from every corner of the globe from budget to fine dining.
What’s your favorite restaurant here? What’s so special about it?
Willoughby Brothers at the Waterfront. Best sushi I’ve eaten anywhere in the world after visiting 40 countries. Made fresh on the premises with fish caught on their own boats, authentic Japanese chefs, and staff that are always friendly. It’s always busy which means the good is great and the vibe is always relaxed. We ate there 3 times a week for 6 months and never got bored. The Spicy Shrimp Roll is my favourite!
What’s your favorite thing to do on a warm Sunday morning in this city?
Head down to Camps Bay for breakfast and coffee with great choices everywhere and then walk along the beach and seaside walkways to Clifton Beach.
What were some of the hidden gems in that city? Why?
Stellenbosch is full of vineyards, many with cafes and restaurants to showcase the local wines, and fresh local produce. You can easily enjoy a full day tasting wines, sampling gourmet foods, and buying local arts and crafts.
Anything else you want to add?
Cape Town has the best waterfront precinct of any I’ve seen in the world with magical views of Table Mountain, a mountain that day by day draws you in to it’s magical presence. One day it can be bathed in cloud like a woollen blanket, and other days basking in sun and hikers making their way to the top, or taking the cable car. Cape Town has everything from beaches, to vineyards, to mountains, to nightlife. I spend the best 6 months of my life there.
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