Beauclair Guest House
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... necklace, whether or not its authentic as they say is possibly
debatable, but a shark tooth necklace is something I’ve always wanted so I left
quite thrilled after this whole experience.
From here I wandered through a really good
gourmet food market, and then sat near the waterfront before heading back to
the hotel to get myself sorted for my departure the following morning.
... hope for change. The University has a couple of environmental and social projects running there and we visited one afternoon. Fortunately I got to talk privately to a couple of the guys from there at one of our talks and they have asked me to come back, by myself with them, on Friday night when they say it is alive. So that should be an interesting evening!!
Turns out it was. Walking around at night in a "township" being the ONLY white face could have been a ...
... of. In addition, recent events gave us a feeling it was a bit dangerous. Within 5 days we saw a person lying without any signs of life on the sidewalk in downtown, a horrible minibus accident and several people being arrested for thefts in different parts of the city. It was time for us to leave!
We were driving in direction to Chapmanīs Peak Drive which is a beautiful scenic route between Noordhoek and Hout Bay on the Atlantic Coast on the south-western tip ...
... really awesome things like ostrich riding, bungee jumping, and surfing - to name a few. My favorite was definitely bungee jumping because after you jump off a bridge 216 meters high (the tallest one in the world) you feel like you can do anything. Just thinking about the experience gives me an adrenalin rush. During the fall you have two seconds of your brain thinking, "okay this isn't so bad," Then I really felt like you are just free falling and start ...
... proud of himself) got very good at identifying flavors within the wine - and the cheeses were delicious. We started off with a Sauvignon blanc and plain creamy goat cheese and then moved through the whole spectrum. The best cheese was the fairview with cranberries, which we decided to buy, and my favorite wine was the Shiraz. After about 8 glasses its hard to remember exactly except that it was pretty fun. The last one we tried on the way out so mike could try his hand again ...