Explore the vivid colors of South Africa from Cape Town to Johannesburg
If you're in the Northern Hemisphere, the winter blues are probably starting to set in, so last week on @afarmedia, we escaped into the vibrant hues of South Africa with travel and lifestyle blogger, @cestchristine. If you're dreaming of blue skies and can't hop aboard a flight to Cape Town, following along with these beautiful pictures just may be the next best thing.
With her keen eye for colors and patterns, @cestchristine was, of course, drawn to the colorful neighborhood of Bo-Kaap. The area is famous for its iconic, brightly painted houses.
Robben Island Prison
Just off Cape Town, Robben Island is best known as the isolated prison where Nelson Mandela was held for 18 years. Now it's also home to a colony of the cutest penguins.
Soweto is a vibrant place that exudes the same optimistic energy of its residents. There, @cestchristine found these colorful baskets woven with telephone wire at the market on Orlando West. We'll admit, we want one of these.
The Capture Site
Shambala Game Reserve
The Beverly Hills, Durban