Atlantic Affair Boutique Hotel
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... us, and love Georgey! And she loves to talk! We met a wonderful lady while waiting for Chad to pick us up. She told us all about her children and her life and asked as many questions about ours.
After Chad picked us up we went to our friends son's rugby practice and had beer and wine with tapas. The children ran around in bare feet, our boys played on the field after practice and they played at a park. Can you imagine sitting at your child's sport practice on a ...
... I'm completely at a loss. Like, AHHHH, you've got to be KIDDING me. So I'm starting to get really upset and all worked up and I turn to go to the side of something and then he's like 'i'm just kidding! it's this way'" That was not funny. It turns out that the boat that was leaving was the boat to Robben Island, but they also have another boat that leaves slightly later, for all the stragglers. And it's actually WAY nicer. It only fits 25 people though, so ...
... 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, ...
... birds that are yards away. At almost every turn he would spot things and point them out to us. Before we knew it Ruben had us back at our vehicle and we returned to camp. We headed straight to our cabin to shower and get ready for our flight to Maun and the on to Cape Town, South Africa.
We had time for a quick bite before heading out. Neil joined us for a bit before we left. Since we didn't have time for lunch, they prepared us ...
... s that picnic basket?) Sooo we must stay in the car & roll up the windows when we see them. They frequently crawl into house windows, jump on beds, and ransack kitchens..... The Cape is also know for their excellent wines. On a very rainy day (it's winter here), I took a tour of the wine country. The wineries date back to 1693! What a great day tasting wines, champagne, brandy, chocolates, olives & cheese. Yum ...