We went back to South Africa. This time for a little R&R and hiking in Clarens, The Jewel of the Free State.
Temple Spice Crabs is a popular, in my mind famous, seafood restaurant at the intersection of Temple Street and Nanking Street.
We did more eating than sightseeing in Shanghai, but that shouldn’t surprise any of you.
Where to eat in Shanghai: Peking Duck, Dim Sum, Shanghainese comfort food and chocolate cake.
Chef Bertus Basson and his team certainly know how to take your tastebuds and all 5 senses on an adventure!
Day trip from Cape Town: The Cape Point Lighthouse, hiking at the Cape of Good Hope, and baboons.
Boulders Beach in South Africa is home to over 2000 endangered African Penguins.
The day we hiked Elephant Mountain (Nangang District Hiking Trail) for a bird’s eye view of Taipei.
If your travels take you to Taipei, be sure to go to the Raohe Street Night Market one night.
If you are looking for a Peking Duck restaurant in Taipei, I highly recommend Celestial Restaurant.
Victoria Peak in Hong Kong offers a bird’s eye view of Victoria Harbour and Hong Kong Island.
Recommended restaurants: Chuk Yuen Seafood Restaurant, Dim Sum Square, Spring Deer Restaurant.
The Po Lin Monastery in Hong Kong is where you’ll find the 112 feet tall Tian Tan Buddha, aka Big Buddha.
Oslo sculpture park showcasing Gustav Vigeland’s work with more than 200 sculptures.
The Saigon Street Eats Tour is a fun way to discover Saigon’s local street culture and make new friends.