We’ve all been there come month-end, where two-minute noodles become the main staple in our diets while we count our pennies and wince at our bank balances. To avoid missing out on some good times before pay day, we’ve come up with five of the best things to do in Cape Town when you’re broke.
RIDE A CAMEL IN KOMMETJIE
Forget horse riding along the beach, take the unique opportunity to ride on the hump of a camel.
Choose between a short roundabout ride on the grounds or a longer one through the tranquil forests.
An ideal (and cheap) time out from life’s financial strains.
INDULGE AT HONEST CHOCOLATE
Chocolate is the remedy to most of life’s woes. Honest Chocolate brings you all types of chocolatey goodness without putting you into a financial pickle.
Not only is the chocolate handmade from raw, organic cocoa – most of the items on offer are under 50 bucks apiece.
Where 64A Wale Street, CBD | The Woodstock Exchange, 66 Albert Road, Woodstock
When Monday – Saturday 9 am – 5 pm
Contact +27 76 765 8306 | +27 21447 1438, [email protected], honestchocolate.co.za
DO YOUR LAUNDRY AND EAT DIM SUM AT I LOVE MY LAUNDRY
Kill two birds with one stone at I Love My Laundry – put a load of laundry on and feast on some dim sum while you wait.
If you don’t have dirty clothes to wash, come on along anyway, and dine in relative style while saving a couple pennies.
HAVE A BEER AT THE PERSEVERANCE TAVERN
Get this duo for under 100 bucks! Not only will you leave feeling well fed and watered, but you’ll enjoy the old-timey feel about the place.
FREE YOGA AT CAPE QUARTER
You don’t have to pay top dollar for a good workout. If you’re looking to flex those muscles and get your Zen on, make your way to Cape Quarter Square for a free outdoor yoga session.
The classes are taught by quality instructors and tailored for the yoga novice – so don’t despair if you aren’t a master of the downward dog pose!
Where The Cape Quarter Square, 27 Somerset Road, De Waterkant
When Tuesdays 6:30 – 7:30 pm
Contact +27 21 421 1111, [email protected]