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Cape Town Rocks

Cape Town Rocks is dedicated to giving you all the latest news,gossip, topics of conversation and whats happening in and around South Africa! Our articles are informal, fun and entertaining! Our Articles are submitted weekly (or so they should be...) by a consultant with us at Carhire-WP who when not rushing about organising the buisness writes a little in his spare time, much to the delight of his mother and chagrin of his friends.

Cape Town Rocks - 2009/02/26

Cape Town boasts a rich and triumphant history, claiming a wealth in all fields cultural, academic and sporting. Imbued in this particularly proud history is the event that fills many of us with fear, some with hope and most with pride. The event, undoubtedly the flagship of Cape Town’s sporting presence on an international level, has once again sailed into Cape Town. Finally, the time for the Cape Argus/Pick ‘n Pay Cycle tour is here to once again inspire us with its mighty challenge. Once again people from all around the globe will be crowding the Cape Town Airport, bringing extra pressure to bear on the highly taxed airport staff with their bicycles. In fact the entire service industry will be highly taxed, with car rental companies within Cape Town scrambling to provide vehicles with adequate space, to Hotels preparing beds and storage. Luckily, most restaurants and bars will only be taxed after the event has been completed.

The cycle tour is currently in its 32nd year, and everything looks to be set for yet another spectacular race once again, kicking off on Sunday the 8th of March. The magic of the Argus is that it embraces not only the super-fit and serious of the world’s athletes. Children as young as 13 are allowed to participate and there is no age ceiling – last year’s oldest finisher was 83 at the time! Oftentimes celebrities are roped in to riding for a charity – many of the 5fm presenters are cycling this year – which also makes this event a salute to those who wish to help their fellow man. Unfortunately, Mother Nature is not always amenable to the wishes of man and there was very nearly a serious setback this year, officials had decided to close Chapman’s peak drive due to dangerous rock falls but human grit and determination has seen through to the end and everything looks to be on track for a fantastic race.

The Argus is yet another reason why Cape Town Rocks!

Cape Town rocks – 31/05/2010 – Countdown to the World Cup

With less than two weeks to go until the kick off of the 2010 FIFA World Cup, Cape Town, along with the rest of South Africa is gearing up to welcome the world. With the tickets for all Cape Town games sold out preparations are being made to accommodate thousands of visitors over the course of the month long games. Tourists who are planning to travel to Cape Town during this time should now be making sure that all their preparations are complete. While those who are looking to score cheap accommodation and cheap car hire in Cape Town might be leaving it to the last minute hoping to find deals and discounts we know that cheap car hire in Cape Town is available anytime if you know where you look. Just keep in mind that availability is limited so if you are still hoping to get cheap car hire in Cape Town during the World Cup you had better act fast.
Once you have secured your cheap car hire in Cape Town make sure you take full advantage of it and explore the wonderful sights and sounds of our lovely city. Here is our top 5 Cape Town ‘must see’ list for all travellers coming to our fair shores.

1. Go up Table Mountain

You can either head up the cable car or if you are feeling adventurous take a hike to the top. The views it offers of Cape Town and the peninsular are unparalleled and not to be missed.

2. Visit The waterfront

Whether you want to go shopping, take a boat ride to Robin Island or take the kids to the aquarium, the waterfront will provide a great day out for the whole family.

3. Go explore The Cape Winelands

If you hire a car in Cape Town you have the opportunity to explore the surrounding winelands. The cape winelands produce award winning wines and most of the wineries offer wine tastings and cellar tours.

4. Drive around Chapman’s peak

If you opt for car hire in Cape Town you also have no excuse not to go for a drive around Chapman’s peak. Arguably the most beautiful drives in the world it is an absolute must.

5. Head to Cape point

Go and see the point where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. It is also a great place to see some wildlife without leaving the city.

So if you are coming to visit us in our beautiful city make sure you look for cheap car hire in Cape Town. It is by far the best way to get round and see all the sights that our charming city has to offer.

 

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