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Miles Away

Cape Town

Season 1, Ep. 21

MSNBC weekend anchor Kendis Gibson joins us for an episode all about Cape Town, South Africa. Gibson explains why this city is perfect for your first trip to South Africa, breaks down the neighborhoods and shares where to find the most delicious food. Stay tuned till the end for flight and hotel options.

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