Tag: Paternoster

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Fabulous seaside lunch at Leeto in Paternoster

So today we’re driving up the West Coast of South Africa to a little town called Paternoster – about two hours from Cape Town. This is my dream town, with its blue and white sparkle reminiscent of Greece and a healthy dose of Weskus gees (it means West Coast spirit in Afrikaans in case you […]

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Our weekend getaway to picturesque Paternoster

The joys of pretty-as-a-picture Paternoster Today we’re heading up South Africa’s West Coast to the seaside village of Paternoster. It’s about a two-hour drive from Cape Town to one of the oldest fishing villages in the country. Legend has it it’s called Paternoster (our father in latin) because of the prayers said by shipwrecked Portuguese […]

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Tasty seafood and stunning views at Gaaitje in Paternoster

The beach-side charm of Gaaitjie Today we’re heading up South Africa’s West Coast to the charming seaside town of Paternoster at Cape Columbine. Known for its crayfish and white-washed fisherman’s cottages it’s a picture perfect little spot that appears in the distance as you come over that final hill. More about what to do in […]