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Travel Blogs from Hout Bay
... a delight, and being a student town there is an abundance of bookshops and good coffee around - both some of my favorite things in life.
One day, walking aimlessly, not really knowing what to look for anymore, I discovered an art route called 'Kom sit' (come sit) which is an outdoor art exhibition inviting visitors to interact with the art, applying art into practical day-to-day living. The result is a route with artists impressions transforming a basic bench into ...
... staying in a B&B called Villa Surprise a couple of streets up from the seafront. It's very nice as always, and our room has a nautical theme, all model ships, seashells and things from boats as ornamentation. We have a huge veranda looking out over the bay, and there's a swimming pool from which you can watch a slow-motion waterfall of cloud tumbling over the crags of Table Mountain directly above, and the cable car going up and down. Trouble is, the room's on ...
... and unrealistic totem poles. Not exactly my first choice but it is Bridget's favourite restaurant so off we went :)
We don't need to talk about the food.
We came home late in the afternoon tired and ready for bed. Very nice mid-week break!
Math test first thing and then I marked it while Mrs Henderson did more Math with them. Couple ambiguous questions – need to be specific on tests if you want a specific ...
... animals, from crocodiles to
meerkats (Timon in the Lion King haha) to Bengal tigers. It was fun to see them
all but then we were able to have “encounters” with them if we wanted. I got to
go into the lemur area (those funny looking monkeys) and as soon as I sat down,
they were jumping all over me (don’t worry, there were zookeepers present
haha). On my head, in my lap, on my shoulder haha I wanted to scream but I
laughed instead hahah It ...
... fishing town of Hout Bay. This whole day was scenic overload and whenever I get scenic overload, I stop and eat.
The Twelve Apostles (http://www.12apostleshotel.com ) Hotel is very nice (and they have Crown Royal). I knew it was on our route because I had researched our day trip plan on the internet and learned that this hotel was not only one of South Africa’s most exclusive hotels, but it ...