Cape Town- Start your weekend off by breakfast at Cucina Labia Restaurant, learn more about the Springbok's history by visiting the Springboks Experience Museum and end off your weekend by partaking in grape stomping at the Robertson Hands on Harvest Festival.
FRIDAY, 10 MARCH
SEE: Chapter 2 section 9 is a play teases apart the complication of sexual identity from how one’s relatives respond to it, to church values and ‘unafricaness’.
DO: Enjoy a trot along the popular Sea Point promenade by foot or on a bicycle at the Peddling the Sea Point Promenade Tour with ByeCycle.
TASTE: Want to have breakfast while overlooking the ocean? Cucina Labia Restaurant is the right spot for you.
EXPLORE: Explore Cape Peninsula during the Cape Town Cycle Tour 2017, the world’s largest timed cycle race.
SATURDAY, 11 MARCH
SEE: See Living Outside, a collaborative art project that combines photographs of people who live on the streets with interviews.
DO: Connect with yourself, your fellow humans and with nature, by helping plant thousands of trees at the Platbos Reforest Fest.
TASTE: Enjoy a juicy tender steak at a traditional Steakhouse, City Grill.
EXPLORE: Explore the Springbok's history by visiting the Springbok Experience Museum.
SUNDAY, 12 MARCH
SEE: See Kahn Morbee from the Parlotones, Donovan Copley from Hot Water, BlackByrd, Farryl Purkiss perform at the Kirstenbosch Summer Sunset Concert – Cape Folk ‘n’ Acoustic Music Festival.
DO: Visit Market on the Wharf at the V&A Waterfront for good food, good vibes and good times.
TASTE: Food and wine pairing at the Robertson Hands on Harvest is a nice way to enjoy your Sunday.
EXPLORE: Explore Cape Town's view by taking a 5 minute tour up Table Mountain with Table Mountain Aerial Cableway.
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