Where do you draw the line
Swept in from pub:
While adding internal links to some dive sites, I found that a number of links which I had not expected to work, did. A bit of investigation shows that the whole Cape Peninsula appears to be excessively subdivided. The problem appears to be with what constitutes a city. Officially Cape Town is the only city on the Cape Peninsula, but there are destinations splitting it up as small as Boulders, which is a beach (attraction?) in Seaforth, a suburb of Simon's Town, which though it was historically a town with it's own municipality, has been a suburb of Cape Town for decades. Cape Town is certainly large enough and spread out enough to justify districtification, but it seems to have been broken up too much. Many of the current suburbs would be big enough to stand alone except for them being parts of the mother city. I dont have the experience, the time, or the interest to deal with this, as I am already extremely busy with my core interest of dive guides, but I can have a go at tagging articles for merging once I know how best to deal with them.
Cheers, Pbsouthwood 01:25, 20 October 2009 (EDT)
The point I was trying to make is that Cape Town is a large city, made up of a large group of contiguous suburbs, and a scattering of disconnected suburbs. The disconnected suburbs are sometimes in small connected groups, and as the city grows, more and more of these disconnects are becoming connected. There are several possible ways of dealing with this connectivity or lack thereof, and the manual of style and definitions for regions do not provide much useful guidance.
To complicate matters a bit, Simon's Town, as an example, would be in the False Bay region, and also in the Cape Peninsula region, while Hout Bay is in Atlantic Seaboard and Cape Peninsula, while Strand and Gordon's Bay are both in False Bay and Helderberg, and all of them are in Cape Town. Its a can of worms. Pbsouthwood 13:25, 20 October 2009 (EDT)
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