Find a Cheap Flight to Cape Town and Shop Until You Drop!

Shopping is a hobby that a lot of women take seriously. They want to shop during their vacation no matter what. And if you have the time to do so, why not spend some free time browsing through shops and seeing what the locals buy and maybe even picking up some tourist items as well? This is a very common activity for people who vacation. Some vacation destinations are known for having some great places to shop at and that is what people go there for. One place that is off the beaten path but perhaps can offer a nice shopping experience is Cape Town, South Africa. They have many shops, besides the malls, that people can go to kill time and shop for themselves or all their loved ones back home.

Cape Town is home to four different shopping malls that locals and tourists alike can shop at. If you would prefer to shop at stores that you can find at home, or perhaps brand names for a better price, then these malls would be the place to go. You will find all the essential mall type stores and food courts.

If you are not in the mood to go to a mall, or perhaps you really want to expand your horizons and see what else Cape Town has to offer, then never fear. Cape Town is home to plenty of other shopping areas. There are a number of markets in the town that sell everything from antiques to handmade collectables. Perhaps the largest Cape Town market is Green Market Square. This is one of the oldest and it is home to a variety of antiques, such as; clothes, jewelry, and housewares. This market is open daily for you to shop to your heart’s content.

Are you looking at what kind of local jewelry you can find? Then do not worry because Cape Town has a wonderful store named Dolce & Banana. This uniquely named store houses a great collection of handmade jewelry all made from local materials and made in true African style. If you want a great souvenir to take home to someone, this would be the best place to go to get a great piece that people will talk about for years to come.

Shopping is often known as “retail therapy” and sometimes, even on a relaxing vacation, you just want to go shopping and not think about anything else. If you find the urge while you are in Cape Town, be ready for what you would like to shop for, but do not worry that there is nowhere to shop. So start your vacation off right by booking a cheap flight to Cape Town, saving money there, so you can shop your heart out when you land.

5 Great First Dates In Any City – You Pick Your Town

Faced with going on a first date with someone I’ve known for a while, I started thinking about what we were going to do. Movie and a dinner seemed average and mundane? I’d done that enough times to see girls wanted something else. I wanted the day or evening to be special. I like to set myself apart from the herd, so to speak. So I really needed to put some thought in to this, and that got me to thinking about the very nature of first date selection. I live in a big city. There’s no shortage of things to do.

The process of deciding where my friend and I would be headed involved some pretty basic research, but I was able to categorize good ideas which apply to any major city. I?ll share them with you in hopes you have the same good fortune I have. First, check for historical landmarks specifically, ones which currently cater to visitors in one capacity or another. Many restaurants and smaller bars are rich in history as well as personalities behind the counter.

Second, try a shopping date. Be it window shopping or actually making purchases, most cities have shopping districts with unique, quaint stores catering to specific needs and/or displaying local wares.

Third, don’t be entirely afraid of the bar scene. Going to a typical bar can be a huge letdown, so check the local papers for features or highlights and choose something which piques your mutual interests.

Fourth, take suggestions from fellow residents. The Internet is full of articles and tips.

Lastly, check out the local museums. It may sound a bit dry, but many museums are specific in nature and contain amazing information about the city’s history. Most importantly before beginning such an endeavor is to commit to it. Going through the motions without a goal can be a recipe for failure. Resign yourself to being in the moment and sharing it with your date.

Find Motorcycle Insurance Discounts in Your Town

Do you ever wonder if your motorcycle insurance bill is too high, or are you just now shopping for your first policy? Motorcycle insurance is similar to auto insurance, but not all auto insurance companies offer to cover motorcycles. You can find coverage in your local area, but you will not find as many choices. It is particularly challenging to find affordable policies for younger riders, like teenagers, and for those who have some accidents on their recent driving history.

All riders can benefit from an approved motorcycle safety course. Newer, and even experienced riders can pick up some safety tips that may save their lives. Insurers like these courses too, and some offer a 10% discount to their customers who take a class. In my experience, the courses help younger riders, and those with some accidents on their record, more then any other bike owners!

If you own more than one motorcycle, a car and a motorcycle, or a motorcycle and a home, check into rolling all of your policies with one company. In the same way that insurers offer a home and car discount, they will also offer multiple policy discounts for more than one bike, and so on. If your current auto insurer does not cover machines with two wheels, it may be a good idea to check the prices at a company that does.

Other factors can impact your rate. Insurance companies keep statistics on which models have lower claims. So the type and age of your own bike can impact your rate, as can safety and anti-theft devices. Take this into consideration if you are out bike shopping. If you are not shopping, as insurers what safety features and anti-theft devices they would offer a discount for. You may be able to protect yourself, and your investment, while saving money in the long run!

If you use your motorcycle as a vehicle for a long daily commute, you will probably spend more on premiums than another rider who only takes his or her bike out on Sunday afternoon for a pleasant joy ride. Yes, insurers will want you to estimate the number of miles you plan to drive. And some insurers will even ask you how you store your bike when you are not riding it. They may discount you for keeping it in a locked garage, or they may penalize you for leaving it out in the street. That all depends upon the area you live in, and how likely bikes are to be stolen or damaged in your city or town.