I went to Cape Town in 2014 as a guest to give a talk at the Cape Town World Design Capital Conference. It was my first time in South Africa, my first time on the African continent. One of my conference colleagues, a Colombian industrial designer and researcher introduced me to two Colombians living in Cape Town, the industrial designer Alejandra Arismendi and the lawyer Angelica Muñoz Cordoba. That evening I was invited to accompany them to a dinner at the V & A Waterfront. At that time, I learned that the two girls worked in South Africa with tourism. How lucky I was! As I planned to stay a few days after the end of the conference, to explore the city and the region better, the two soon offered to guide us through the wonders of the Western Cape. It was one of the most incredible experiences I have ever had on trips around the world. Angelica showed me the main attractions of the Peninsula and also points of interest and beauty little known in the traditional tourist routes, always demonstrating deep knowledge, only possible for those people who have the curiosity of the passionate. The best definition of the great quality of Angelica is this: she is passionate about South Africa and for her work of presenting her passion always with a sparkle in her eyes. Because of this unforgettable experience, I always point out to friends Cape Town as a fantastic holiday destination and I recommend Angelica to guide them through the wonders of that country.