Mackenzie'S Golf & Guesthouse
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... owners Bernard and Rich. We had been discussing in the car that they were probably gay and boy, were we right! We knew Camps Bay had quite a reputation and these two clearly fit in very well - the good thing is of course, that the house is perfect and they love taking care of it and their guests.
I had chosen the house because of its location right on the rocks but we did it through an 'owners direct' kind of website and ...
... full of sadness but are filled with joy and happiness. After we were done in the school yard we went into the classroom where they sang for us and danced for us. It was lovely, when we were trying to leave few kids started climbing on me trying to make me stay. After visiting the school we went to the shacks and saw how people made their own homes. These shacks are not for the poor but are made for people who want ...
... an almost complete hominid skeleton called “Little Foot”, dated 2.3 and 4.17 million years old respectively. No one knows what still lies hidden in the rocks of the Sterkfontein Caves and other sites. The World Heritage Site status the area now enjoys ensures that what is deep within its core will be protected and explored forever.
... to Camps bay passing the 12 Apostles which are rocky outcrops on the back of Table Mountain and along the coast back to the Victoria and Alfred Dock.
Sail away from Capetown that afternoon was windy and the seas were choppy. As we went round the Cape of Good Hope the sea became very rough and there was a noticeable absence of people in the bar and restaurant. We were sat at a table in the middle of the restaurant where the floor is ...
... driver was only my tour guide for the day.
Cape town is definitely more cosmopolitan than the east of Africa. I like it very much! Very beautiful, very diverse! I keep forgetting they drive on the other side of the road and they use Km and Rand is their currency. Everyone knows a bit of English! I had forgotten how much I love to travel and how well is quenches my thirst for knowledge. I wish we were here ...