Australia, Oceania & Africa - Weekly Round-Up #68

TravelFeed @travelfeedJune 2019 · 4 min read

Welcome to today's weekly Travelfeed Australia, Oceania & Africa roundup!

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Beer Saturday - Bassett Breweries by @lizelle

📍KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

I shared our visit to the Doghouse Craft Cafe in my #wednesdaywalk post this week when @rynow pointed me to @detlev's #beersaturday.
Thank you to both gentlemen for showing me the way to Beer Saturday!
The Doghouse Craft Cafe not only serves delicious meals and wood-fired pizzas, but this also is where one finds the taproom of Bassett Breweries [...]

Beer Saturday - Bassett Breweries
Beer Saturday - Bassett Breweries

Mauritius #4 – A 360 degrees view of the island by @digi-me

📍Port Louis, Mauritius

When I did the hike to Le Morne Brabant a couple of weeks ago, it was a hike in the footsteps of escaped slaves. Doing the hike to Le Pouce has been a hike in the footsteps of Charles Darwin. Le Pouce offers stunning views of Port Louis and the surrounding countryside. On a clear day it should be possible to see the coastline allmost all the way a[...]

Mauritius #4 – A 360 degrees view of the island
Mauritius #4 – A 360 degrees view of the island

Mauritius #3 – A new generation is changing the faded old Chinatown by @digi-me

📍Port Louis, Mauritius

Chinatown is the heart of the Chinese community in Port Louis. It covers a few blocks between the two «Friendship gates» on Royal Street. Maybe the smallest Chinatown in the world outside China! Despite its size it is a center of commerce. When the Chineese immigrants settled along and around Royal Street, they started trading. Along the streets o[...]

Mauritius #3 – A new generation is changing the faded old Chinatown
Mauritius #3 – A new generation is changing the faded old Chinatown

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