Learn English in Cape Town in Autumn. It might sound depressing but there is no reason to dread the end of summer in Cape Town. The leaves might be turning brown and the days might be occasionally grey. But autumn in the Western Cape is by no means the end of sunny beautiful days.
Learn English in Cape Town and Go Camping
If you are a camper March and April bring on the best weather for this outdoor activity. Without having to travel far, you will find your fix of nature. There are many beautiful and unspoilt places to go. If ‘roughing it’ is not your thing, you can always go ‘glamping’. At the Wolfkop Camping site in Grootfontein, Citrusdal you can arrive with only the necessities and be assured of a comfortable stay in a beautiful camp site on the banks of the Olifants River. Your fully equipped tent will be ready and waiting for you on arrival. So all you have to do is sit back and enjoy the magnificent scenery.
Learn English in Cape Town and Play Games
On the days the skies do turn out a little grey and you prefer to stay indoors but still want an adventure, why not visit Hint Hunt . This exhilarating escape game will keep you and your friends guessing for about an hour. Together you and three to five friends will be locked in a room and must work as a team to unravel a series of riddles, clues and mysteries to escape the room before your time runs out. This promises to be a thrilling hour where you will most definitely see your friends at their best, or worst for that matter. Imagine if you were all second language English learners to top it off!
Learn English in Cape Town and Visit Markets
I have previously written about the many luscious farmer’s markets in and around Cape Town on weekends. On a chilly Saturday morning before the sun warms over lunchtime, do yourself a favour and visit the Oranjezicht City Farm’s Market Day. You do not need to have a only penchant for buying freshly farmed ingredients in order to enjoy this wonderful weekly occurrence. There is an array of delectable food stalls offering meals cooked to perfection. And you can find food from all the culinary corners of the world. Try the Eggs Benedict on a potato rosti or the Moroccan breakfast dish called Shakshouka for a yummy treat. Both will have you queuing again next Saturday!
There is always something to do in the Mother City. The best time to come to Cape Town is now!