Nine Flowers Guest House
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... and got stuck in. Rounds of Castle beer and local wine started flowing as we settled in to relax. We were shortly joined by Scott Campbell (Punga) an old friend of Grant and Wayne's from university days who now lives permanently in Cape Town, They probably haven't caught up for over 10 years, but felt like yesterday.
It has been a day of reminising for ...
... as travelling up/down, the floor actually rotates 180 degrees throughout the "flight", giving you a view of half the landscape on the way up, and the other half of the way down. Mummy, you would hate it!
On Friday lunchtime, I met up with Mika, and we went to the most fantastic bagel bar for lunch. I can honestly say I had the best sandwich of my whole life, and probably for less than half of what I'd pay in England! In the evening, 5 of ...
... phenomenon of any longer trip that's coming to its end, and it was somewhat of a relief to feel this obligatory social burden being lifted. My little notepad where I collected email addresses and contacts was nearly full, and even now, I seriously have my social followup work cut out for me. It's an exciting experience developing so many new relationships, but you do reach your threshold, and I think by Tuesday morning, that level had been attained.
... next moment I was silent. 0%, dead! nada! It is a pity we were lost in the middle of peak unmoving traffic just before the M5, the drama to be expected of course. (I didn't worry much as I was reunited with my iPad.) Before we totally lost the plot we went back to our hotel to cool down. Next plan: Camps Bay then Signal hill, again. I love, love, love Camps Bay. It must be the prettiest beach in the world. We were introduced to gale force winds ...
... shark dive. At this point the water was already rough and we had to hold on not to get thrown off the top. We didn't go to shark alley and dyer island since he said in the summer months they are in a costal reef. So we anchored the boat, dropped the cage and started to chum the water. It was pretty gross watching them hack up these massive tunas. Unfortunately Christina and I had chosen the wrong side of the boat. When the sharks started to come they were all on the opposite side. ...