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Travel Blogs from Durbanville
... the front spotting the seals before we headed home and they went off to the beach.
Lunch was spent in a nice cafe in Camps Bay and then it was a quiet afternoon just chilling and doing some minumal preparations for our 'Brussels Comes to Cape Town' Christmas party.
Unfortunately, one set of friends don't arrive until the 24th and some others until the 28th but it ...
... place. We signed up to do a wine tasting before dinner, now I really really don't like wine but I'm very easily convinced, so we did and within an hour I was all over the place, we ordered more wine with dinner and by 8pm I was smashed, my daily bollocking from Martyn sobered me up a little but didn't ruin a really good atmosphere in the bar, we were doing some crazy dancing including some really special country dancing moves, it was a really good night out with some ...
We'll I will start with my mad dash through Singapore airport,my flight from Melbourne had a bit of headwind so we arrive almost an hour later than expected, touched down and was told my flight to Cape Town was already boarding anyone who has been through Singapore will know that airport is MASSIVE! Anyway had a sprint through the airport like a mad women whilst hearing final boarding calls was convinced I wouldn't make it but did, only to have the luck of sitting next to a group ...
Our flight from Heathrow to Capetown was delayed by 2 hours, so we had to sit in the lounge and drink wine, champagne etc-to pass the time. Once we left on our BA flight all was well, except that BA really do need to update their available films. The lists were abysmal. However it did mean that after a quite nice meal with umpteen glasses of wine we were able to settle down and have a bit of a kip instead of my usual practice of staying awake all ...
... feeling in so many ways. There was never any hostility towards me when we walked around the neighborhood, and people were excited to welcome me into their home. For one night, I was able to live in their shoes and see the constant struggle that it is. We did not eat dinner because there was no food and for the sake of a real experience, I decided not to bring money to bail us out. It was good to sit with the local people on their grounds and ...
Other places to stay in Durbanville
8 Uitsig Cresent, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $101
14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $95
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $157
29 High Street, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $83