Avondrood Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... drive to Cape Town meeting this morning so we were on the road just after 8. We were doing so well until we got lost in Cape Town, this hall was hard to find and we could see why when we finally made it there, the hall was built under a bridge, the bridge we drove over a few times trying to find it! We walked into the hall to everyone sitting ready and waiting for us, we were about 15 minutes late. No one seemed to mind, all in Africa time. Glen ...
... the historical and political reasons for it. It was a really interesting discussion, particularly in light of my impression of Cape Town as a beautiful city with massive infrastructure and planning challenges. That's basically the theme of her research, and we talked a lot about cities around the world and how they cope with their unique urbanization challenges in different ways.
We landed right on schedule, and I picked up ...
... the wine; mine is the second.
We have done many tastings and this is the first time we’ve been treated to the experience of the wine thief and taking directly from the barrel. It is a special experience and I am most intrigued to discover just how delicious the wine is. The barrel is where a lot of wines develop character. The oak also help impart a depth that assists with the cellaring of good wines. These barrels ...
... We arrived early in the morning and were hopeful by the end of the day we would have sighted at least one. And we did.
It rained and rained in the afternoon while we were there. Liliian and I managed to find a nice cafe and have some coffee. Terrible coffee actually. Terrible. But it was shelter none-the-less. After the rains we saw them...so amazing to see. It was exciting enough for me to see the fins sticking out ...
... views over the city and Table Mountain. Our mission was to get back to the hostel in time for the car to be picked up. However finding somewhere to park and negotiate the one way streets was a mission!! The car was filthy, but hid a lot of the little scratches and stone chips which I was sure were picked up along the way. The guy who hired out the car had assured us these didn’t matter, otherwise the whole car would have been coloured ...