Table Mountain Lodge
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... about the current situation, but there were so many people around, it seemed inappropriate.
A big bonus for me as we got back to town, we saw dolphins in the harbour!
Back for a bit of lunch, a walk around the waterfront and then, we thought, to guest house for a couple of hours by the pool. That was before the pea soup rolled it. Thick, thick, thick fog! And chilly! So a bit of photo sorting and reading ...
... as he doesn't want his children, the same ages as J&G, to struggle. Hmmm, another eye opener.
I needed to find a bank that would accept my Canadian bank card and I did! Then we hopped on our bus. These busses are amazing; double decker open top with 16 languages commentary along the way. The kids all got colouring books with pictures and info about the route. We got prime seats at the back and headed out, "straight away"!
We decided to do the blue route today ...
On the fifth day of my trip I was really excited because I was going to one of Cape Town's theme parks.Ratanga Junction theme park has more then 30 attractions including 23 rides ranging from kid rides to family rides and thrill rides for the brave.
I woke up around 7am. I had a buffet breakfast at my hotel. which was delightful. Then I had to get dressed and ready to go for my ...
... seem to speak perfectly good English but then can't seem to understand me. Is my accent really that strong?) Anyways, I figured I was ok on time, so I went to the bathroom. Got back at about 10:55 and the guy was like 'sorry, the gate is closed.' I couldn't believe him! He turns the ticket over and it says clearly on the back 'boarding closes 10 minutes before the listed departure time' and he points at the boat which is clearly separated from the ...
... into this small town of Bergville right around sunset on a Sunday. Trash was everywhere and it seemed like the whole town was out in the streets walking around drunk. All the shops were barred and locked up except for a small grocery store and a large liquor store. We were quite taken away with the scene and way too nervous to even stop and get out of the car. We decided to head to a campsite near the park that we read about in the very outdated and used ...