5 Camp Street Guesthouse & Self-catering
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... around the super touristy areas. Walking around the pier, I met a 13 year old boy that professed his love to me. Umm.. thanks but I am old enough to be your mother. After walking around for awhile, I decided to take a cruise out to Seal Island.
I boarded a ship to Seal Island and my only thought was I wonder if I can flirt with the crew so they give me more clothing to wear... My very cold and windy adventure continued with a cruise ...
... the parking lot. I don't think I have ever been so happy. I almost cried. Therese saw a cab and with a renewed energy went running to hail it. Turns out we may have stolen it from someone else and it was the last cab. Oh well. This is survival of the fittest here. The cab driver was a complete ass but who cares, we were off the mountain, with only minor injuries.
Moral of the story- Therese and I need to have a handler. Mountain navigation, not really our ...
... Marziyeh and I but only Peter, Jen and I stopped at Eagles' Nest wine farm. I've never been to a wine farm, I wonder how it differs from estates. It's basically just the same as an estate but had a pretty cool vibe. The wines were delicious. I think some of my favorite of the day. I also met Teddy, this super cool dog. I asked if I could have him but they said no. Sad. We ended up hanging out at Eagles' Nest for quite a bit longer than we realized because all of a sudden ...
... Bo-Kaap neighbourhood where the residents paint their houses in different brightly coloured shades in memory of their slave ancestors who were only permitted to wear grey. Or District 6, mostly weeds and grass now after the area buildings were torn down in the apartheid years as too many races were living together in embarrassing harmony. And Camps Bay, where the celebs hang out, is a pretty beach even in the horrible weather.
The rain ...
... sufficient, and lived with three other people in his house. He also had high blood pressure, complained of headaches, and was epileptic. The only immediate help we could give him was to show him some exercises he could do to improve circulation in his bad leg. I should also mention that he lived on the third floor, the highest floor in his building. He said it takes him at least a half hour to go up or down his stairs.
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