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The Vibe from Abroad – The Bunting is Out

While in the newsagent’s recently, I was almost knocked over by the mountain of crisp boxes stacked high at the till. What caught my eye were the “South African sweet chutney” and “Dutch edam cheese” flavours huddling close to the “German bratwurst sausage”. But fighting for space was the “Spanish chicken paella” flavoured crisps. Hang on a minute, where is the “English roast beef and Yorkshire pudding”? I rushed home and logged onto WalkersCrisps.co.uk and sure enough, there they all are – all 15 flavours of new World Cup crisps!

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Crime and expenses visitors’ main concerns ahead of 2010 FIFA World Cup™

Crime and personal safety, as well as expenses, were the main concerns of randomly selected international football fans ahead of the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, according to a survey by capeinfo.com.

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The Vibe from Abroad – The most expensive short break ever

Following the eruption of the Eyjafjallajökull Volcano in Iceland, 63 000 flights have been cancelled since Thursday, April 15, when the travel chaos across Europe began.

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Cape Town Tourism visitor services update

Visitor information centre preparations for the 2010 FIFA World Cup™ are going as well as can be expected and those involved are making every effort to be ready in time for the big event.

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Screening matches during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™

The City of Cape Town, in connection with the Cape Town Partnership, has released information to assist hotel, bar and restaurant owners in Cape Town with planning events during the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, which starts on June 11.

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Stop wasting time – introduce daylight saving!

With our abundance of wind, waves and sun, the Cape Town region is well positioned to lead the renewable energies charge.

But in addition to new forms of power generation, surely we should be talking more seriously about introducing daylight saving. If people can work out the 2c/kWh levy that was introduced in last year’s budget, they can certainly work out changing their clocks by an hour twice a year.

The main purpose of daylight saving is to make better use of daylight. It was introduced in the US and UK during World War I, when it was adopted to conserve fuel needed to produce electric power.

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The Vibe from Abroad – Travelling to South Africa is just too complex

If I’m an England fan, and I don’t already have a ticket, there’s slim chance I’ll travel to the World Cup now.

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Cape Town courts the German market at ITB Berlin

ITB Berlin, one of the largest travel trade and consumer shows in Europe, kicked off on March 10, 2010, with Turkey as official partner country. Cape Town Tourism took a healthy dose of sunshine with, as Lianne Burton and Inge Dykman departed from a scorching Cape Town for an icy cold Berlin to represent the Mother City at the 44th annual expo. ITB Berlin takes place on the fairgrounds of Messe Berlin, with March 10 to12 reserved for trade visitors and March 13 to 14 open to all.

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Cape Town Tourism welcomes Enver Duminy

Enver Duminy is Cape Town Tourism’s new executive manager for tourism services.

Enver is responsible for the various tourism centres around Cape Town and manages 70 staff members.

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UNWTO to discuss tourism industry recovery at ITB

The challenges facing the international tourism industry will be further discussed at this year’s ITB Travel Trade Show, which takes place in Berlin, Germany, from March 10 to March 14.

United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) secretary general, Taleb Rifai, will deliver the keynote address at the official opening of the trade show, on March 9.

 

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