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Are Holiday Makers Scrambling To Cape Town? - Issue #18

Are Holiday Makers Scrambling To Cape Town? - Issue #18
By Johan Horak • Issue #18 • View online
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I remember as a young schoolboy sliding down concrete pipes. They were laid next to the road against a slope, waiting to be used as storm pipes.
But while outside we used them as slides. Well. I got stuck as I slid down; my feet, my knees, and my back tightened against the wall of the pipe. With my feet stuck, due to my knees being too far down and my back tight I could go nowhere.
The more I panicked the more stuck I got. “Will they need dynamite to get me out?”. Eventually, I relaxed and slid out. Scary.
This COVID is nasty. Were we stuck, worried and some panicked. But signs are there that we are beyond the worst.
I had a look at the 2019, 2020 and 2021 tourism stats for Cape Town and the Western Cape. Things have changed. Locals saved the day. And Cape Town will become more popular, again.
Below are the details and a few other things that may interest you.

Amazing Western Cape Tourism Statistics Shows Amazing Recovery 2019/20/21 | Cape Town Airbnb Management Agency
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From 2017 CapeHolidays are SuperHosts. Without the support from our owners; improving their homes all the time, keeping guests happy we would not have achieved this. Thank YOU!
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