Amblewood Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Just finished my second week here in Cape Town. Very relaxing so far, we have been out for several meals, the restaurants here are fantastic, a huge variety of styles and superb efficient friendly service.
On Sunday we visited the lions craft market in Hout Bay which had a good selection of all sorts of crafts, many of them local African items which would sell well ...
... from his clan because of old age just walking and acting as if a truck full of people were not watching him.
My most unique experience was being very close to the young Elephants and watching them play.
In this country, I like the fact that there are hills and mountains.
I was surprised to see that animals were able to come close to the residences.
... great place we were staying in. There was time on our last morning, before flying back to jo'burg, for a bit of adventure. We went back up Signal Hill and proceeded to jump off it with Paragliders strapped to our backs. The instructors were really good, and even let us control the gliders for a while, before cartwheeling us down to earth on the oceanfront. All of this was interspersed with frequent visits to Nando's, because Nando's is the only food worth eating... Pictures to be ...
... house for some tea and whiskey and to discuss our plans for the trip. What seemed like ages later we then headed over to our hostel. The hostel is great. We convinced them to let us stay for R500 a night instead of the usual R650 since we will be staying here for awhile probably - just on a day to day basis. They also aren't very full which is helpful. The place is very well located next to a bunch of cute restaurants, bars, and shops. The first night we went ...
... were smaller than elementary thrones, so precious. After