Atlantic Affair Boutique Hotel
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... to Franschoek the sun was going down and the tiny town just outside of Cape Town was packed due to a three day weekend. We stopped a few different accommodation options with no luck. It was time for a deep breath and a bit of luck. Our next try was a farm stay that was walking distance to town. With our fingers crossed we were told there is one more cottage available. There were 11 little cottages scattered throughout this ...
David has purchased two day passes for both of us which means that we can use them on the city tour buses. By buying these passes we can hop off at any bus stop and also get on at any specified location. This will help us to get to Table Mountain National Park.
The main attraction to this Park is, the 1086m-high mountain itself, the top of which can easily be accessed by the cable car, the view from the ...
... br> tested sparkling wines, reds, and then did a dark chocolate and wine pair
tasting. We also passed the prison where Nelson Mandela finished out his sentence
after he left Robben Island, and from which he was ultimately released to
... taking you back to the city. The coast line is absolutely stunning!
Sunday was the day I was supposed to visit Robben Island. It was also the day I discovered that there is very little to do in Cape Town on a rainy Sunday if you don't want to shop as all the museums and art galleries are shut. I spent most of my morning in the food market down at the V&A waterfront, making my way through the stands. I had excellent coffee, delicious ...
... peak, chating with a Canadian guy from Calgary. It is his first time like me, but he didn't drive the route, so I inform him that this hill is not the big one, and that he should keep his legs for the next one, Constantia Nek.
This is now a long descent to Hoot Bay. My legs are ok, except for my right calf that has been supporting my heel for the past two weeks. there is a flat section that take us to the Marathon mark, 42k. It is my slowest marathon distance ...