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March 08, 2013

Top 3 Capetonian entries for My Destination’s Biggest Baddest Bucket List competition

Seeing Cape Town through the camera lens ... entries featuring the Mother City are streaming in for the My Destination Biggest Baddest Bucket List competition. Photo courtesy of Skye Grove

Usually we Mother City lovers don’t need much to boast about our amazing hometown. But when you’re dangling a six-month trip around the world and a US$50 000 cash prize in front of us in exchange for a video tour of Cape Town, like My Destination is currently doing with the Biggest Baddest Bucket List competition, you can be sure that not only will we grab the opportunity with gusto, we’ll also blow your minds with our entries!

Since the launch of this fantastic competition last month and with the 31 March 2013 deadline fast approaching, entries have been streaming in and my co-workers and I have been marvelling at the creativity of Cape Town’s greatest fans.

From running along Table Mountain, our New7Wonder of Nature, to sunbathing at the iconic Camps Bay and enjoying the vibrant nightlife in Long Street, to drinking in the thriving coffee culture and award-winning vineyards of the Mother City, these Bucket List entrants have shown the splendour of our gorgeous city to the world.

Choosing just one favourite is near-impossible so I’ve shortlisted my top 3 entries:

Andrew Brauteseth, one of the city’s most talented creatives, shows us how to live, love, wine and dine in the Mother City:

Ceara McEvoy cleverly combines the iconic sights with the unexpected pleasures of our hometown:

Sebastian Davies takes a comical look at what to do and things you cannot miss in Cape Town:

Remember to vote for your favourite entry by hitting the Facebook, Twitter (don’t forget to use the #myBBB hashtag), Pinterest, Google+ or StumbleUpon buttons next to the video on the http://www.mydestination.com page.

 

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