Atlantic Affair Boutique Hotel
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... our first bit of South African wine which was delicious as well and made us even more excited for some of our upcoming plans. After dinner we took a cab back to the B&B and proceeded to crash with gusto after our long day of traveling.
The next morning after breakfast we hopped in the car and headed for the coast where we were determined to take in some of the beauty that the Cape Town area has to offer. On the way to the Cape of Good Hope and Cape ...
... Wendy and Maree headed off to the Century City Shopping Centre to buy walking poles while most others descended on the Food Lovers Market Café for lunch - wow, what a choice.
Glen, Helen and Jan were disappointed to learn that their shark swimming program for Thursday had been cancelled - plans are emerging for a similar venture at Port Lincoln South Australia.
A walk ...
... but by the end of the day I think I had sat next to almost everyone on the tour either at a meal, on the bus or at some event. The nice thing is, this is our third tour and to date...the other travellers have all been amazing!
We started out on a driving tour of the city of Cape Town followed by a walk through the downtown core and to the flea market. A beautiful city with a rich history.
Lunch was at a local resto and ...
... pupils) that I would otherwise never have known. Firstly, the school runs a feeding scheme, that currently caters for 87 of the poorest children, whose parents are unemployed, or who are looked after by grandparents who no longer work. It ensures they get a hot meal once a day, 5 days a week. In particular, it gives them more food as the week progresses, as typically they may eat well at home at the beginning of the week, but by Friday money has run dry, and ...
... the coast was developed it still maintained its natural look. From the beach we drove up into the hills and camped at another amazing backpackers called Wild Farm. Wild Farm is built on a hill it has all to itself with the ocean, national park, and town all visible in the distance. We could still hear the crashing waves from up there. They also had a large vegetable garden which we were welcomed to walk through and pick what we pleased. We picked spinach, ...