Cape Diem Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... selected some delicious cuts of pork and some local sausage for us to try. We then had the chance to peak our heads in back to see the massive wood fires grills at work and the smell was amazing! Finding a table outside on the patio we waited not so patiently for our meat to finish cooking before the steaming platter was brought out to us along with some local porridge very similar to polenta and a spicy tomato salsa to top everything off. The food was delicious and ...
... and similar to yesterday's lunch degustation.
David met us and we headed off for the Kirstenbosch Gardens. Fortunately the sun peeked through as we toured these truly magnificent gardens - 528 hectares of garden with 36 hectares of cultivation. The land was once a neglected farm and Mr Kirsten had the
forethought, along with Mr Pearson (director), to create a Floral Kingdom ...
... as a short ferry crossing was becoming a struggle to remain upright, good job we have our sea legs.
Robben Island and its Museum lies approximately 7km off the mainland coast of Cape Town. Whilst very small (3.3km x 1.9km) this once Whaling Station has become a symbol of the struggle against apartheid as many, including the former premier Nelson Mandela, were imprisoned here. Political prisoners ...
... old house along with an art collection (which we didn’t see, rather walked around the battlements for a 360 view of Cape Town).
The tour then took us to an area of Cape Town called sector 6. In the 1960s this was perhaps the only area of Cape Town where the various races lived together harmoniously and productively. This ended when the government of the day decided to split the community according to race and move the inhabitants out of ...
... the markets and bought even more unecessary souveneirs of animal pictures, before getting caught in the pouring rain on the way back to the hostel. Had a massive pack up of all our bags - 4 massive rucksacks/suitcases, 2 little rucksacks and a food bag, don't know how were gonna manage this! Went out for dinner at the Butchermans again, where they recognised us, oops, and had kebabs and bburgers, again very ...