April 20, 2012
National Geographic’s Digital Nomad discovers Cape Town’s culture
With a passion for travel, tourism and social media, Cape Town is the quintessential backdrop for Media Developer Leon Jamarie and his cape adventures.
With the City as his canvass Leon paints the town red covering a range of events and activities in the peninsular while staying true to the traditional culture the mother city offers it’s children,
Originally from Durban, Leon is still an accidental tourist in the city he now calls home and as such is on the line between resident and local tourist able to provide inside knowledge and flavour to the average mundane travel blog.
He is always on the look out for that hidden gem or typical CT party. If it’s fun, relevant, he will cover it.
National Geographic presenter, Digital Nomad Andrew Evans, who can be followed on @WheresAndrew, spent today getting to know more about Cape Town's heritage, and sampling more of its food.
While exploring our fascinating city and its hidden treasures, Andrew has also been diplaying his knack for linguistics, tweeting in Afrikaans and isiXhosa. On his blog, digitalnomad.nationalgeographic.com, Andrew speaks about Cape Town being a representation of the Rainbow Nation, and the "magic of Cape Town".
Below are some photos that he shared with Twitter followers today:
Join the conversation on Twitter by suggesting your hidden gems. Be sure to use the hashtag #NatGeoinCT, follow the Digital Nomad at @WheresAndrew or read about his unexpected Mother City adventures at digitalnomad.nationalgeographic.com/.
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