Dock House Boutique Hotel
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All their food is cooked to order and nothing is too much trouble for them, its been really good.
We taxi'd to the cable car at Table mountain and having booked our ticket online skipped the ticket queue and got into the cable cars. The cable cars were changed in the mid 90's for new ones and these are pretty cool, they can carry over 65 people per car (bigger than a coach) and as they ascend they rotate 360 degrees giving you a panoramic view ...
(though I am sure some of you may have already forgotten who I am/was)
It seems this journey never ends.
Or somehow the magic book just keeps generating new chapters.
After those years of ambling across Asia and Africa, I've been hunkering down in Cape Town, and during the time put all the blog, travel notes and photographs into a real book: 'WHAT TIME IS THE BUS?'
That just seemed the only way to ...
... with you guessed it, included more eating and drinking!! I weighed myself yesterday morning expecting the worst, but the digital scales here came up with a much unexpected number actually showing I have lost since leaving Australia! These scales cannot be accurate, or at the least must be set to a lower setting than our scales at home or something!
Thursday we had another family day with Dave and Louise, and met Adam, Nikky and the kids at the Spice Route. What a ...
... atmosphere of this area, settled by the Huguenots in the 17th century.
Drove into the impressive grounds of Boschendal winery, and ate lunch under the spreading acacias, very couth it was.
Second and last winery of the day was Warwick winery, where we sat outside overlooking a delightful lake and vale scene, while a young woman told us about their wines and we tasted six.
... difficult time telling you the difference between Goya cooking wine and a vintage Cabernet Sauvignon if push really came to shove. Even after sampling a ton of different grape varietals with strong cheeses and tasty chocolates, I really just appreciated the fact that I was able to indulge in so much. It was also always fun watching the group transform from a nervous, quiet bunch into a boisterous, gregarious crew--I mean wine is a great social lubricant! ...