Fairways Boutique Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Fairways Boutique Hotel Camps Bay
Travel Blogs from Camps Bay
... drum and tap dance trio of old men, and a guy feeding seals to keep them floating close to the surface for tourists to get pictures of. The seal colony area isn't large, but there's a good number of seals there. The boat manages to get reasonably close, so that helped in the picture department. While the water is a fairly clear green, it's reasonably deep, so it gets dark fairly quickly thus making swimming shots tough to get. Most of the are just ...
... and Indian Ocean meet. We took the requisite photo and hopped in the van, the wind was howling and it was cold. We drove up the mountain to a gift shop and restaurant. After a brief look around we headed down the mountain to see the penguins. The penguins have made their home on a beach on the Indian Ocean. The wind was still howling and we were pelted with sand. The penguins lounged on the beach. ...
... including port and brandy and a tapas lunch of meats, cheeses, calamari and breads. What a stunning setting for lunch and wine! Our final stop was Lanzerac, another amazing location. This time we got different chocolates to accompany each glass to pull out all the flavours, it was really good. After around 8hrs and 21 tastings of approx 1/3 glass in each along with a full free ...
... were like saddles - you sat astride them and hung on the handles of the seat back in front of you. We took off and had a blast crashing into waves and over huge swells. Pam, Bonnie and I seemed to be on the wet side and were pretty soaked in saltwater by the end. At the point we turned back, the view of the city with Table Mountain in the background was stunning. We wandered about the mall a it, had lunch at a pub where we got a free Castle Light Lime beer ...
... powerade, coffee and bacon and egg rolls we headed off to Lions Head.
Lions head is a smaller peak in the same Convervation park that Table Mountain is a part of. The peak is smaller and provides a 360 degree view of the surrounding landscape, and so was a better choice than Table Mountain for some great pictures. By the time we got there the coffee was kicking in and I was actually feeling pretty good, so we set off and set a pretty good pace. The hike up ...