Andrew visits a dangerous township in gritty Johannesburg, where he participates in a late-night competition. He also rappels off a cliff on Cape Town's Table Mountain.Go to Episode
Duba Duba Snack Shop
Andrew visits this small shop to sink his teeth into a huge sandwich called a kota.
Soweto, South Africa
Traditional African cuisine (ostrich fillets, oxtail and fantastic curries) in a lively setting.
18 Gleneagles Dr., Johannesburg, South Africa
Local, seasonal ingredients in a casual bistro setting.
Jetty St., Foreshore, Cape Town, South Africa
Andrew learns the fancy footwork that makes up Gumboot, a type of dancing used by slaves in the gold mines. They would communicate in a type of Morse code during apartheid.
Cape Town, South Africa
Penguin Rescue and Release
Andrew helps rehabilitate, bathe, feed and release African penguins back into the wild on Boulders Beach.
SANNCOB, 22 Pentz Dr., Table View, 7441, Cape Town, South Africa
Go for the 8-course Gourmand dining experience at this inventive foodie destination. It's rated one of San Pellegrino's 50 Best Restaurants.
16 Huguenot Rd., PO Box 237, Franschhoek, Western Cape Town, South Africa
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