30 Fiskaal Road Guest House
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We took advantage of cool, slightly cloudy morning to make the 2 hour climb up to Table Mountain. Ascending Platterklip gorge through fragrant flowering fynbos, moist clouds rising around us, the climb is rocky & quite steep. slow & steady ! The clouds cleared as we reached the top, feeling a sense of achievement & enjoying great views over Capetown & along the coast.
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- It is best to reach the farm by car as it is too far to walk and public transport in South Africa is firstly not readily available and secondly very expensive. It would be cheaper to rent a car for the day than pay for a tour guide and it will give you more flexibility in how long you would like to stay and what you want to do and see.
- There is a small entrance ...
... this Friday was the time to make it happen so got together with Siebert and after some pre-drinks we headed out around 8pm.
EJs is a massive pub\club that reminds me of a bigger version of the old Charltons back home. There are 4 big rooms, with all the rooms having access to a bar and at least one pool table, and in the back is a dance floor area. One of the rooms even has a swimming pool. It was a pretty cool vibe when we got there as there was rugby on, a ...
... so we went to Birkenhead Brewery just outside the town. Got the taste tester for the beers, but think I only really liked the lager and the pilsner. The rest were a bit too watery and lacking in flavour. Boo! Beer is one of the things I look forward to around the world as it’s different everywhere, this was not a great introduction.
We decided to make a move and head over to Hermanus. Nice little seaside town where there are spectacular views of whales ...
... 30 minutes and we arrived at Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. The point represents the convergence of the warmer Indian Ocean currents with the colder Atlantic Ocean currents. However, we learned that this is not where the two oceans meet. That happens at the southernmost point of Africa, another 3 hours east. The Cape of Good Hope was a landmark early explorers used as they made their way around Africa. Once they hit the Cape of ...