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August 21, 2014

Your #lovecapetown weekend: What’s on from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 August, 2014

Let’s hear it for the weekend, Mother City lovers!

Table Bay Harbour will be the proud host of the HMS Iron Duke war ship IN cape Town this weekend. Image courtesy of www.southafrica.to

Three days of epic Capetonian awesomeness are about to hit you so hard, it ain’t funny. From grandiose battleships to succulent veggie markets and delicious craft beer tastings, there is just so much to see and do in our thrilling hometown.

Dump those onesies, suit up in your sexiest outfits and join me at the following legendary events in Cape Town from Friday 22 to Sunday 24 August, 2014:

HMS Iron Duke at Table Bay Harbour

To paraphrase rapper Sir Mixalot: “I like big ships and I cannot lie” …

Come and see the real reason behind the unexpected Noon Gun cannon ball firing that had social media platforms abuzz this past week, the HMS Iron Duke at the Table Bay Harbour this weekend.

The South African Navy is proud to bring this grand royal British lady to our shores. Viewings of the HMS Iron Duke war ship is open to the public for free from 10h00 to 15h00 each day.

Get all of the important details at www.navy.mil.za

Porter Estate Produce Market

No, Constantia is not just home to glorious wine farms and hot former models – on Saturdays, this picturesque suburb is the proud host of the fresh Porter Estate Produce Market and darlings, it is fabulous!

Get your mouth-watering breakfast, rare organic veggies and plenty of play space for your little ones and pets at this forest-based market.

For more of the delicious goodness, email hoedemakerm42@gmail.com

Rock and Roast Sundays at Beerhouse

So, if like me, you love rock music, roast beef and good beer, you’re going to LOVE Rock and Roast Sundays at the Beerhouse on Long Street.

Push all thoughts of Monday and the coming week aside and let these awesome craft beer makers treat your senses to a smorgasbord of choice cut meats, served with all of the traditional side dishes and their best selection of premium ales.

The day drinking fun kicks off at noon while live acoustic bands rock the house from 5pm each Sunday.  Visit www.beerhouse.co.za for more information.

Looking for a few more great things to do in Cape Town? We got 100 Marvellous Things to do this winter.

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