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Kitty cats. They rule the internet and, whether we realize it or not, pretty much the world too. Ever noticed how cats sometimes stake out the coolest spots in a city? This new featureTravel Catfocuses on exactly that. Submit a photo to be featured by tweeting or Instagramming it to us (details below).
Travel Cat spotted in: Durban, South Africa.
This week's Travel Cat comes from Maryke VanBeuzekom, who spotted Travel Cat during the World Cup in 2010. You can check out the full photo album on Maryke's Facebook here, and here's a little of the backstory:
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All this week, we'll be giving you the low-down on the many venues of the 2010 FIFA World Cup. This five-part guide is designed to inform and ease the logistics of this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see all the action, should you decide to get on the ball and go for it! First up, The Moses Mabhida Stadium in Durban.
Dedicated soccer...er, excuse us...football fans still have time to plan a trip to South Africa for the World Cup if it's done quickly. The 30-day event, starting June 11 and continuing a month until July 11, gives those who take both sport and travel seriously the opportunity to knock out two birds with one stone: Witness a legendary event and make a dream trip to the Continent.
Football already receives beaucoup global love, and the USA is finally catching the fever too, especially for a home team that’s performed well enough to generate excitement about beating the formidable England team on June 12.
Now let's go inside the main venue, Moses Mabhida Stadium...