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... special things and a coffee shop is just a coffee shop unless you do something which shows your personality. The 'Blue crane and the butterfly' is one of those coffeeshops. It is a happy place with friendly staff and the best coffee in town.
They call a cappuccino in Stellenbosch a flat white, which confused me initially but on recommendation of the waiter at this delightful coffee shop I ordered one and received the most delicious cappuccino which I enjoyed ...
... for it the side windows too. The one who filled me up again this afternoon checked my tyre pressures too. It's a hire car - what the hell! I haven't even looked under the bonnet yet. We were tempted by a big farmer's market that's on a Saturday morning in the next village of Sedgefield, but resolutely drove on past wanting to make good speed to Addo, a 4 hour drive according to google maps. The early part of the drive was littered with things to divert us from our path - lagoons ...
... to set up and explain the game in the time that we had so we just did a couple tag games.
However, again the benefits of teaching the same lesson twice is that I was SUPER prepared for the next group of girls and we had NO problems with listening and in the second part of the lesson we played 4 corner soccer which they loved. Also found a great way of grouping them – Do a warm-up where they skip or canter or hop around the gym and then tell ...
... br> is the end of their summer! Then, we arrived at the Garden Route Game Lodge.
There we got to ride in open-air Land Rovers, exactly what you’d picture as a
safari car. It was SO cool and we saw so many animals. These animals have been
placed in this game reserve but apart from that, they are left in the wild! Our
guide told us the reserve was 4,000 acres which seems pretty unbelievable but it
was a MASSIVE piece of land. There were buffalo, ...
... to clear. We made it through all the hassle just in time and then had a two hour flight to Cape Town before waiting in another massive queue at Hertz to collect our rental car. Car acquired, we enjoy a leisurely drive to Hout Bay for lunch at Mariner’s Wharf. I never tire of the sights of Cape Town and surrounds. It truly is a special part of the world!
Bellies full, we take a ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking