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Cape Town’s ‘lentil curtain’

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The peninsula’s alluring mix of space, scenery and proximity to Cape Town has long attracted a free-spirited mix of artists, hippies, surfers, expats and creative professionals.
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A Woodstock revival in Cape Town

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A formerly down-and-out area, mostly known for crumbling Victorian cottages and dilapidated industrial buildings, is now home to the city’s hippest art scene.
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Cape Town’s outdoor adventures

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The city’s natural charms are just a short journey from its central skyscrapers, with everything from surfing to sandboarding on offer in the surrounding mountains and coastlines.
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Mini Guide

Mini guide to coastal Mauritius

Sapphire waters and powder-white beaches have long made it a hit with honeymooners, but the Indian Ocean island is much more than just a fly-and-flop destination.
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Kid-friendly Cape Town

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With a mountain and seals in the city, as well as outdoor activities along the coast, it is hard to think of another city in Africa that has as much to delight children as Cape Town.
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Beyond the Headlines

Which countries deserve your money?

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The 2013 list of the World’s Best Ethical Destinations gives travellers guidance on where their dollar is most needed and best spent.
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