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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... And enjoy one of the most beautiful wine areas of the world, with the greens of the summer changing before our eyes to the red-gold in autumn. (Yes this is the southern hemisphere and it was the start of Fall)
But most importantly we will understand how one individual can make a real difference in the World: Nelson ...
... when the cliff side is on my side.
We need a few things from the market since we're here for 4 days. Shopping away from home is not quite the same. We really have almost the best of everything especially with fresh meats and vegetables. I did laundry as well and luckily Peter had much of his laundry done at Xigera. After shopping we had a late lunch at the restaurant next door.
Another evening was spent catching up on our travel journal. ...
DAY 23: 12 September After breakfast Hendrik phones other friends of ours now living in Riversdale. I have not seen them in about 10 years.
From Pringle Bay we drive along the coast to Betty's Bay where we find a few Penguins in the dunes. It is a lovely bay, but more houses than I expected. From there we went ...
... intersection where your car comes to a complete stop. We had to rely on the other guys to not hit us while we were stuck in the middle of the intersection for those two seconds. Vicki is still suffering from post traumatic stress disorder.
Somehow we made it out to Kirstenbosch Gardens. This is South Africa's national conservation
garden that is in a beautiful setting at the foot of the mountains. We strolled ...
... Town suburb so we could walk along the western seawall. I encouraged Rosamund to get closer to the sea edge of the wall to experience the sound of waves crashing on the rocks. In the process we also experienced the heavy spray of a rogue wave hitting the wall. We walked on to The Victoria and Albert waterfront, a delightful pedestrian area with a higher tourist density than anywhere in Cape Town. We enjoyed the cinnamon pretzels which are really good there. But we continued on ...