Most tourists flock to the glamorous West End to see the usual sites, but few get to experience the real charm of London. Whitechapel is at the heart of the East End. Known in popular culture as the haunt of Jack the Ripper and the Eastenders soap... More»
This is, without doubt, Cape Town's favourite walk, and the whole city comes out to Sea Point to stretch its legs, take in the sunset, smell the sea air and walk dogs.
The walk starts at a landmark visited by Charles Darwin in 1836, meanders... More»
Justin Fox has an abiding passion for the Mouille Point seafront, where he has lived since 2000. Join him on a walk that takes in the evocative history of shipwrecks, gun batteries, early lighthouses and tragic suicide. The route sets out from... More»
Port Elizabeth owes its existence to one major historical event: a decision by Britain’s House of Commons on 12 July 1819 to approve the expenditure of £50,000 on the Cape Emigration Scheme.
By late that year, tens of thousands of applicants had... More»
The Newtown area is one of Johannesburg's most interesting examples of urban renewal and cultural diversity. The city is changing daily and becoming increasingly more colourful in the eyes and hearts of the people.
Join me on a walk around this... More»
Let me take you on a journey through the evolving cityscape of Braamfontein. Walk through the hustle and bustle of the lively city and awaken your senses to the aromas and activity surrounding you. Experience Joburg's cultural melting pot, where... More»