wanderlust | cape town, south africa | The Native New Yawker

wanderlust | cape town, south africa

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wanderlust: cape town, south africa | The Native New Yawker

september is a few days away. most college students have moved back into their dorms. some kids have already started school. ugh, summer is officially over. just because the warm weather is leaving new york, it doesn’t mean i can’t at least dream about it.

today we are going to make our way over to cape town, south africa to the discrete and elegant POD boutique hotel. the hotel is conveniently positioned so that all of its 15 rooms have extensive views over one or two of the following landmarks: camps bay beach, table mountain, lions head or the 12 apostles. each room is defined by an open space layout, with a color palette deriving from materials such as slate, timber and granite. surprisingly, the rates for the POD boutique hotel are reasonable ranging anywhere from $230-$793 a night. not bad. not bad all all.

this is would definitely be a nice fall trip for just the mister + i since we both haven’t been to africa yet. and apparently during the months of october and november there are wonderful flowers blooming, the beaches are relatively empty and hotels give some the best deals of the season. as you can see from above, as a lover of prints i would go HAM when traveling to africa. i’d make sure to pack mostly beautiful prints as well as african inspired jewelry.

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  • Rae

    I swear this is exactly what I needed to stumble upon. I’ve been wanting to get to Africa for a while and I started saving back in August but sort of put it on the backburner. This post has definitely put this plan back in focus.

    • L.

      Don’t be surprised if the next few Wanderlust are more South African hotels. I seem to be stumbling upon gems as of lately which has definitely me wanting to go to South Africa like immediately. Glad I could put your Africa trip back in motion! Thanks for stopping by! 🙂