Cape Town is a very popular tourist destination with people all over the world. This is due to its warm climate, its beautiful natural scenery and the many tourist attractions it offers visitors, which you’ll get to see in this episode. From the famous Cape Wheel which offers spectacular views e. From the famous Cape Wheel which offers spectacular views of the city, the V & A Waterfront where you can visit the popular V & A Waterfront Food Market displaying local cuisine. As well as that, Cape Town is a top spot for wine connoisseurs and in this episode Catherine visits a wine estate in the very popular wine region of Stellenbosch, which is surrounded by the Cape Winelands. To taste Cape Town is to love Cape Town and unforgettable culinary journeys are always within reach. From Cape Malay food in the Bo Kaap area, to opulent seafood dishes at the V&A Waterfront, there’s something delicious at every turn. To peek into the history of its people, visit Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was imprisoned for 18 of his 27 years of incarceration, it will move you, change you and capture your heart forever. Make your way up Table Mountain in the Cable Car to discover why it’s a new natural wonder of the world.
In this week’s episode, we go back to series one where Catherine met Mark and his family in Tiny township and sampled the delights that Canada had to offer.
Dublin to Mexico
On Tastes Like Home Catherine Fulvio meets Alexandra & her family, who moved to Ireland in the 90’s from Russia, we taste traditional Russian dishes, before heading to visit Alexandra’s sister Anna who lives in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. Catherine heads into the jungle to meet & cook with a traditional Mayan family, tries her hand at Zip-lining and visits a Cenotes. In Playa del Carmen we attend a Tequila tasting and taste Tamales, Ceviche plus five star Mexican cuisine.