We are a couple in our 50s and 60s moving long term to Cape Town from Australia. We want to rent an apartment within walking distance to pubs and restaurants and a supermarket. Probably looking at a 2 bedroom for around R22k a month......
Someone mentioned Big Bay as an option but that seems to be rather remote or isn't it? The city bowl was recommended but isn't that too noisy for us older folk?
Are there any such areas in Cape Town?
I will be visiting Cape Town in July 2015. I have seen many sites on cage diving for shark viewing in cape town. I saw one video that showed a scuba diver feeding a shark in cape town sea. I am advanced level Scuba Diver. Can any one guide me to locate the company that takes scuba divers for Shark Feeding adventure?
•I am a UK citizen that travelled from the UK to Cape Town from 17 April 2015 - 04 May 2015
•On arrival I received a Visitors Permit that would be due to expire on 16 July 2015
•On leaving I received a Departure Stamp of 4 May 2015
•I returned to the UK
I was hoping to return to Cape Town to spend 6 weeks with friends from 15 June 2015 - 29 July 2015.
I am looking for confirmation on whether this is possible. My question is, would I gain a new Visitors Permit on entry to Cape Town or would I still be entered under my old Visitors Permit which would require me to leave on 16 July 2015? I will be entering from the UK once again
I have contacted home affairs but had a mixture of responses n I am just looking for some sort of clarification. Had anybody been in the same situation?
Would really appreciate your help. Thanks.
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