Fantastic beaches, rather barren landscape, good food, quite expensive – we had always heard those things about Sardinia. We had the favourite holiday destination of the Italians on our bucket list since a long time. This year in June, we finally got a picture of Sardinia – the southern part of the island, the beaches, the food, the lifestyle, the costs.
Cape Town and its surroundings are not only famous for Table Mountain and Cape of Good Hope, but also for its exquisite wines. South Africa is nowadays one of the world’s largest wine nations. The winelands begin in the immediate vicinity of the city. You should definitely plan a daytrip to the wine region, maybe including a wine tasting. Read more
Wenn der Himmel über Kapstadt klar und wolkenlos ist, ist Tafelberg-Wetter. Sobald also die Luft rein ist, eine gute Sicht verspricht, und der Tafelberg kein Tischtuch hat: nix wie hinauf auf das Wahrzeichen Kapstadts. Das Wetter kann sich in Kapstadt sehr schnell ändern, so dass ihr die erste Gelegenheit unbedingt ergreifen solltet für einen Besuch des Tafelberges.
Cape Point, Cape Town, Cape Peninsula: At Africa’s southern tip (almost) everything revolves around the Cape.
A visit to the Table Mountain National Park with its Cape Peninsula and Cape of Good Hope is an absolute must-do in Cape Town. The Cape Peninsula is also our first stop during our road trip along the Garden Route .
As soon as you get off the plane, you will notice: Australia smells different. Australia sounds different. The sky has a different blue colour. In addition, the western part of Australia has its own special charm. It is much less touristy than the eastern part, the climate is more pleasant, because it is drier, the landscape is more spacious and there are places where you think you are in paradise.