Dock House Boutique Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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Today was our first full day in Cape Town. We are all very tired from our long plane journey, but happy to finally be here.
We walked from our apartment along the canal to the V&A Waterfront which is where all the boats dock. Along the way we saw a large golden statue of a seal named Oscar. I felt good to be back in Cape Town ...
... though they cost about $5, but it really helps to see deeper in the water when the sharks swim nearby. The boat has a top deck where you can see them circling really well, and can get a 360 degree view of the area around the boat. We even got to see the sharks come up out of the water a couple of times and I saw their teeth too! Basically, completely worth the money.
On the way back the South African navy was having some kind of firing exercise, ...
... I think that maybe during rough storms you wouldn’t be able to use the camp sites because the waves would crash onto the campsite. We decided not to camp there though because it was cold and windy and expensive, so we camped in the lovely garden of Tube N’ Axel backpackers’ right next to the park. We spent the late afternoon and evening using the hard to come by electrical outlet and internet. Since we left Jo-berg we had not had too ...
... out! On Sunday I returned to Zevenwacht for five days with the Grandparents. On Sunday we had a good South African braai and watched the SA vs India cricket whilst having a good catch up. On Monday we had planned to go to the much raved about Rust En Vrede wine farm and restaurant for lunch however it turns out most restaurants in the area are closed on Mondays but luckily we came across Guardian Peak restaurant just above Ernie Els' wine farm which was really wonderful, lovely ...
... long as she is grateful”. It’s funny that kindness, caring, smiling and gratuity stretch across universally; this fact was further supported by Laureta’s situation.
The last patient was unusual to us. We walked through the streets and into a smaller courtyard with kids running back and forth; the signs of substance abuse obvious. We waited outside with our care workers while our patient got ready, washing her face, brushing her hair and ...