Atlantic Affair Boutique Hotel
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... 1820 on this rocky and dangerous coastline but it was hard; it is all so different now. The road was very busy with tourists and local people enjoying the beaches and weather but the views were worth it, as was a fabulous lunch at the Black Marlin, a seafood restaurant overlooking the sea, just north of the Point. 90 Rand (about £5) for a huge dish of prawns, mussels, calamari and battered hake. Yummy. We are also impressed by the local wines which cost so little ...
... we didn't see them. We also managed to go home in style as we stopped for a drink by the beach in Melkbosstrand and Derek picked us up with the bikes so we rode home in the back of his bakkie which was fun!
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... night we had our farewell dinner in a winery above the Olifants River, North of the Cedarberg mountains. Then repaired to our tents for the last time. This morning's drive took us through the picturesque Cedarberg mtns and then down across some sheep & wheat country very like the Wimmera before crossing undulating Swartland (which looked uncannily like the Western District! ) Arrived in CT ...
17th-22nd April Well hello to the glorious city and landscape of Cape Town, I've been eagerly awaiting to meet you! For the boys though Cape Town was another scheming destination involving another shifty sporting event, an accumulation of excitable ideas brewed over one too many coffees at Piccolo. The Triceratop boys felt it would be a great idea to do the Two Oceans Ultra Marathon, 56km of hilly terrain, 13 days after their Ironman. A great idea yes, for this run is known to be ...
We arrived in Cape Town in the afternoon, after a teary goodbye to the children at the BNC, Lucy very kindly came to collect us from the airport and we began our next African adventure! To cool ourselves down we had a dip in Neil and Mary's pool where we got to see everyone! In the evening we dolled ourselves up and looked slightly presentable compared to our tracky bottoms! We went for a lovely drink at the brass bell ...