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Day 3: 05.16.2017






Today was a much easier day. We started the day at the US Consulate where we were given information on the current state of South Africa. 249 more words

Fun Days

MARCOS MARRERO - The Office of Planning and Economic Development

Our guest is Marcos Marrero, Director of The Office of Planning and Economic Development for the City of Holyoke. We talked about the planning of the Connecticut River Walk and Bikeway – Cabot Street Corridor, that will connect the Willimansett Bridge in South Holyoke, to the Canal Walk on Race Street. 89 more words

Rat runs out of Woolies packet at Canal Walk

As seen on IOL.

Western Cape | 25 January 2017
Saarah Survé

Cape Town – Canal Walk is investigating whether or not there is a rodent infestation in a section of the mall after a rat scurried out of a loaf of bread on the counter at the shopping centre’s Woolworths store. 337 more words

Published On IOL

A Free Make-over Courtesy of The Body Shop

I saw The Body Shop South Africa advertising free make-overs on their Instagram page. Nothing is more intriguing than freebies on Instagram, except those accounts that claim to give you followers. 626 more words

Sassy From Birth


A striking array of architecture and engineering
split by a motorway: slipping away on the periphery,
age old churches with honeycomb spires,
stone walls structured by hands gnarled and weathered, 72 more words


**WIN** A Family Fun Pass to the #IceAdventure (with Baskin Robbins) at Canal Walk

The summer holidays are in full swing, and in fact, are already half way through!(Where’d the time go?!) But if you’re still looking for fun activities to do with your kids, fear not mama’s….there’s an #IceAdventure waiting just for them to enjoy! 508 more words


Capetonian chocoholics' Christmas wish comes true... We have a Lindt boutique!

I’m afraid this isn’t hot off the press anymore, but the week before last I attended the opening of Lindt’s first Cape Town Lindt boutique in Canal Walk, and the news is very exciting! 291 more words

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