This episode covers Monday 23 March to Sunday 29 March 2020.
Unfortunately, all the events that were still scheduled at the time of recording have now been cancelled to contain the spread of COVID-19. But you can still enjoy the best waffles in Cape Town in celebration of World Waffle Day, as long as you take the necessary precautions when visiting restaurants. Right now you can also use home delivery services like Mr D Food, OrderIn, and UberEATS.
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Here are this week’s links:
- The 4th South African International Tattoo Convention (postponed to October)
- Retreat Yourself Elandskloof Farm (cancelled)
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- Retro desserts across South Africa
- Cape Town’s dreamiest ice-cream shops
- Watch: Food blogger Claire Allen searches for the best waffle in Cape Town