Edelweiss Bed & Breakfast
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... single wine. Bizarrely, the Kiwi couple from breakfast a couple of days ago and the Dutch couple from the shark diving trip were both at Simonrig having their own private tours. Small world! After being given the opportunity to purchase any of the wines, we didn't, we moved on to the next wine farm, Warwick. This was a boutique wine farm, less that 50 hectares, that had specialised in providing gourmet picnics to eat on blankets by their lake. Gorgeous place and ...
... to head to Camps Bay where Nate the Canadian was staying, in order to "help" him consume some of the wine he bought today. We went out for a nice dinner of pizza and seafood on the waterfront and ate overlooking the waves. Then, Nate invited us to come hang out at his hotel for a while, and we just sipped wine and chatted until the small hours of the morning.
Good food, good wine, good company: This is what being on vacation is all about.
... could give when we left.
Finally, our last patient's were two as well. A 30 year old woman with AIDS and her 1 year old son who's also infected. When we arrived our eldest patient wasn't as expected. She had taken a turn for the worse in the last week and is now in her final stages of life. They are living with her aunt and when we arrived she opened up her bedroom door to find her half hanging off the bed in a bucket of green slime. Apparently she hadn't eaten in over ...
... performed by Dr Christiaan Barnard in Cape Town in 1967.
CT is a vibrant, cosmopolitan and eclectic city. Not to mention a beautiful one. You'll find whatever it is you want from a holiday in Cape Town, whether it's relaxing on white sand beaches, partying the night away in trendy night clubs, savoring the views from ...
... floor rotated on the way up, so with the moving floor, everyone is privileged to a 360 degree view of the mountain, the city, and the ocean(s). Very well thought-out! At the top of the mountain, we followed a path and hiked around a little bit (nothing strenuous) and drank in the awesome views. I am really thrilled to have been able to walk on Table Mountain - OMG what a highlight!
After being up high in the mountains, it only makes sense to go down low to the beach, right? ...