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Cape Town Apartment Tour in South Africa

(Knocking sounds) Oh, hello there. It is time for another edition of check out
where we stay. Haha. So no MTV cribs this time? No MTV cribs. No MTV cribs. They didn’t pick up the show. Haha. Anyways, we are in Cape Town and we ended
up renting an AirBNB here for the week so we figured we would show you around so you
can see what you can expect to find and pay. I think we were paying about $40 dollars a
night. Forty US dollars if I remember correctly. Yeah, that is right. And it is a studio so what you see is what
you get. Um, so I guess we’ll show you the bedroom
first. Tada. Tada. We got a pretty nice bed. Ah, you can see the mirror. Aaah. The mirror looks it make a lot more spacious
than it actually is. Lots of pillows, the bed was comfy so plus
for that. Yeah. So something we should mention about this
place is that normally we do our apartment tours like just when we’re checking in. Once we’ve checked in. But look at this. We’re just about to leave. Like we are literally. After we film this. Yeah. We are out of here. We’re off to the airport. Well, I had to tidy up to film this. I know. Saved it for the last day. Everything is packed. Yes. Um, yeah. So we also have a TV area. We didn’t turn the TV on at all. Not even once. Oh, there is something I want to show you
guys. Check out these they have the strangest plugs. Oh yeah, they have really strange plugs in
South Africa. They’re like similar to the European and UK
ones except they’re like 3 times as big. We had to buy huge adapters. Yeah. But anyway. Anyways, living area. I do like this couch quite a bit. The other day there was a mosquito buzzing
around my head so I came and slept here because I couldn’t kill it. I couldn’t find it. Yep. So this makes a comfy bed if there is 3 of
you. Um, some lovely plants, books and then you’re
already in the kitchen. Yeah. And so this would normally be used as a table
to eat. A dining table. A dining table but we were working on here. This is our office. And as you can see it has barstools. It has got two barstools. Yep. The kitchen was pretty nice. Yes. Sam did the dishes for us. Ah, look at that. That was pretty much my only contribution
to cleaning up this place. But yeah. You know what? We didn’t actually cook a lot because going
out to a restaurant is quite affordable here in Cape Town. So our fridge, this all we’re leaving behind,
haha. Yoghurt. Yoghurt and water. One thing I will yeah these are the chilled
waters that we’re going to take with us. One thing I will say though is that I had
quite a bit of wine while I was here. We just threw those out but I think 3 or 4
bottles. A lot of wine. Mostly from Spier so we visited that vineyard
in Stellenbosch. I was like argh gotta buy some more Spier. Mmmhmm. And yeah, that is it for the kitchen. I mean we’ve got a stove, we have a microwave. Lots of cupboard space. I mean we had a kettle, a toaster, a coffee
maker. Something cool you’ll find in here. Actually, I’ve been washing all of them is
that you’ll find lots of wine glasses. Oh yes. Because drinking wine. South Africans like their wine. They sure do. Oh yeah. Oh but what about the views. The views. Alright, prepare to be blinded. Are you ready for this? Woah. And the camera is taking a while to adjust. There. It has already adjusted. So the views from here are I would say average. Yeah. They are not amazing but what was so cool
is that like if you see my finger here that is where the sun would rise every single morning
and we have footage of that which we’re going to overlay right here. And that was awesome. We had amazing sunrises basically every day. You know what? If we had stayed on the other side. On the opposite side of the apartment building
you can actually see part of Table Mountain. Yeah. And that is pretty spectacular when the light
hits. Oh, I showed that. Sam went on the roof. I snuck out there. He’s like oh my gosh. I don’t think I was supposed to but I went
and did it and anyways we’ll cut right here and show you that footage. And I have to say one of the most awesome
things about staying here is simply the views we get on the rooftop of this 9th floor. Check this out guys. This is stunning. I’m just doing this all in one cut. No zooming in, no zooming out. This is just the views we get from this apartment. Absolutely incredible. And we’re back. And the last thing we’re going to show you
is the bathroom. That is like the separate room. It has a walk-in closet slash bathroom kind
of yeah. Open up some of those. This is really cool because there is a rack
for laundry because this kind of reminds me a bit of an apartment in Korea or like Hong
Kong or Japan because it is very space efficient. Yeah. Like these ceilings are massive and then you
have all this storage space. So technically I think in here there is basically
almost nothing. More blankets. Just some extra blankets but we could have
hung up all of our clothes in there. We were just too lazy to do it. Haha. And yeah that is the bathroom. Come on in. We have double showers. Oh the shower was nice. Let me show you that. This was the best one. Right here. Waterfall shower. The waterfall shower. But you know what? There is a drought in South Africa at the
moment so we’re having really short showers. Yeah, that is right. They are really down um and that is not just
in Cape Town. That is also in Stellenbosch. This is kind of just in the general area. Now this is cool. Now this is going to be fun guys. This is cool. These are like sayings that you can pick up. English, Zulu, Afrikaans. Okay let’s go over some of them. So we know Howzit. Howzit? So how would you use that? Howzit? Howzit. Howzit is like hello. Not how are you. How is it going? Howzit. And the other one I hear a lot is Yebo. Ah, yebo. That is Zulu. Yes. Yebo. You can see that right here. It is spelled just like that. So I wish I could take this home with me. Just stuff it in the suitcase but I mean it
doesn’t belong to me so we’re going to leave it here. Were there any other words? Or were those the two ones. Those are the ones I keep hearing a lot. So if you’re from. Oh, takkies I think I heard that before. Sneakers. Your takkies. Anyways, if you’re from South Africa and you
use some of these words please let us know how they are pronounced and if they are common
or not. Haha. Alright, so it is almost time to go meet our
taxi driver. So let me show you out. Off you go. I hope you enjoyed the tour. This is kind of what we do. When we’re done our videos we just send you
out the door. That is it. Nice seeing you. And see you next time. Bye bye.


Marjorie H

Jun 6, 2017, 6:02 am Reply

wow I can't believe I'm one of the first commenters! love you guys and I hope you're having a happy healthy fun time with your travels!

Nirnay Kolabkar

Jun 6, 2017, 6:09 am Reply

Little late this time ??

marius smerea

Jun 6, 2017, 6:11 am Reply

hello Sam! !!!! I appreciate this. nice. and…….sun rises….pictures wow. very very beautifull. I see your videos with my friends, in my office. sam a question: what is the price from that apartment?


Jun 6, 2017, 6:16 am Reply

Don't get mad at me but Audrey is super cute. 🙂

Shaun Matthews

Jun 6, 2017, 6:24 am Reply

Howzit! Kiff videos! Hope you had a lekker time in the mother city! And yebo, you pronouncing the words 100's.. ( hello, how are you? Hope you had a great time in Cape Town! And yes, you are pronouncing the slang correctly)

personal confuser.

Jun 6, 2017, 6:54 am Reply

why are you moaning so much, Sam? ?

Mish S

Jun 6, 2017, 8:01 am Reply

Nice office ?

toe hi

Jun 6, 2017, 8:05 am Reply

did you shot vaccine or take medicine against ecenphalitis through mosquito?


Jun 6, 2017, 9:02 am Reply

how the two of you dont have millions of subscribers ill never know. yous are the most upbeat
cheery couple on you tube.brilliant

Peter Kelly

Jun 6, 2017, 9:04 am Reply

Kiff …


Jun 6, 2017, 10:29 am Reply

where are you going next?

Pradeep Rajkumar

Jun 6, 2017, 11:29 am Reply

Love your Hairstyle Audi… Blackcurrent Dress…

Excellent room.. Clean and big…


Jun 6, 2017, 12:23 pm Reply

I wonder what's the avg rent in CT and employment rate. Kinda tempted to move. The views you showed remind me of my fiancé's hometown


Jun 6, 2017, 12:36 pm Reply

Lovely. Lovely. Lovely!!!!


Jun 6, 2017, 12:40 pm Reply

i watch the ads dont worry


Jun 6, 2017, 12:56 pm Reply

I would like to have a relationship with someone that I could spend so much time with and not want to kill them LOL. I love watching you guys videos

Jimmi the flowerhorn and friends.

Jun 6, 2017, 2:30 pm Reply

I like this place! it is so cute! I bet you enjoyed the mirror 😉

Mr. K

Jun 6, 2017, 2:37 pm Reply

sam really likes his jaipur tshirt doesn't he!


Jun 6, 2017, 3:51 pm Reply

Nice tour but with our Canadian dollar so low 40 US dollars is expensive although I do not know S.A. prices.


Jun 6, 2017, 8:58 pm Reply

I love how you show where you stay. It's totally much better than where you stayed at India

Cheryl T P

Jun 6, 2017, 10:05 pm Reply

Yes you pronounced them correctly and I use them often. So glad you had a wonderful time here in my country. May you have a safe trip home and hope to see you soon in the near future. ?

Rain Maker

Jun 6, 2017, 11:15 pm Reply

You guys are honest, open and friendly travellers, who make some of the most interesting travel videos on YouTube, in my opinion. Your channel is very underrated, I hope you get more subs!

Adolfo Briceno

Jun 6, 2017, 1:34 am Reply

Howzit. That was nice. It reminded me of the time that I was in Cape Town.

Joseph Meshal

Jun 6, 2017, 5:45 am Reply

Dear to Same and Audrey

You make some good recordings
I like them they are very funny
Where is the trip after South Africa

yebo Joseph

Schwifty Music

Jun 6, 2017, 2:58 pm Reply

ahah <3

Watford Fc

Jun 6, 2017, 4:39 pm Reply

Lovey video it really is , did you always feel safe in Cape Town etc as even South African friends said don't go lol I'm adventurous and don't like to be put off ?

Francois Botha

Jun 6, 2017, 12:55 pm Reply

Fun fact: those 3 hideous towers in front of Table Mountain have a local nickname: Tampon Towers.

Francois Botha

Jun 6, 2017, 12:59 pm Reply

Afrikaans people would actually say "tekkies" (e as in "bed"), especially in the Western Cape. English and Afrikaans speakers from Johannesburg tend to use the more rounded "tackies".

Jason Fang

Jun 6, 2017, 12:09 am Reply

Did you guys get to use the words "Yebo Zol"? …hhaaaa

Bill Green

Jun 6, 2017, 3:47 am Reply

I love that top Audrey!


Jun 6, 2017, 5:52 am Reply

Thank you so much for your video. I was wondering if you could tell me the area of your air BnB. Also you hear horror stories about Cape Town being unsafe. Did you ever feel that way? If so what areas do you suggest we avoid. Thank you.

Yancke van Tonder

Nov 11, 2017, 2:31 am Reply

Yeah most of those words are pretty common.

Joe Blow

Mar 3, 2018, 1:37 am Reply

Any White person would willingly go to a place where there is currently an active White genocide being committed against the farmers is just pure ignorance. Please watch Lauren Southern's video on the White genocide in South Africa.

Adriano Maciel

Mar 3, 2018, 3:37 am Reply


Mukesh Dayani

Mar 3, 2018, 5:32 am Reply

Nice every movie

Lilli pod

Apr 4, 2018, 1:21 pm Reply

Audrey sends us out the door but you are always polite. Even when she is trying to distract you when you are talking to the camera you never lose focus. That's a skill. I feel like I know South Africa now. How about the cities Pretoria Johannesburg Durban etc. Kicked to the corridor but we didn't go out. Plane to Germany next


Apr 4, 2018, 5:00 am Reply

What city do you stay in the apartment is perfect for me because I’m single and the balcony is beautiful??

Juan Pieterse

May 5, 2018, 11:50 pm Reply

I'm sure you guys experienced babbelas (one of the words)

Effie Colida

Dec 12, 2018, 3:56 am Reply

Both of you are so cute together you have such great chemistry


Jan 1, 2019, 9:09 am Reply

Bro..can you add the address of this Air BnB acco..would be helpful!!..thanks!!

Valerie Bradshaw

Mar 3, 2019, 6:57 pm Reply

What is the process to rent and do they give u a hard time and what is the name of the this place

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