Cotswold Guest House
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There was one more dark stop - a room that was pitch dark if we switched our torches off. The door had a sign, saying "Do Not Shut The Door"...because there's no door handle! This room was used to store wine and alcohol but it was too damp; so a drainage thing was built and the room used to store ammunition - gunpowder and the like. It was so dark though that the soldiers assigned to get the ammo, had to enter the room with open-flamed ...
... has a population of 3.8 million people and Cape Town is the seat of the national parliament.
The condensed nature of the city reminded us a lot of Wellington, NZ's capital. It's comparatively small city area is dwarfed by the magnificent Table Mountain and its extremely busy harbour merely adds to its charm.
Cape Town also has a rich cosmopolitan demographic and it seemed incredulous to ...
... Camps Bay and the Cape of Good Hope. A very rewarding finish, and we were really lucky with the weather so could see for miles over the beautiful city. Unsurprisingly we got the cable car back down and headed to buy food for a braai (BBQ) back at the house. At the shop Dyl bought us beef and kudu biltong which was surprisingly delicious - kind of like beef jerky but much softer and tastier. A few Castle lights and good food whilst preparing for a sky dive tomorrow... Eek! GB ...
We had a leisurely morning after breakfast. We went down and met Estelle, Callie and grandmother and they took us to Company Park for an excellent lunch. After lunch we took a slow walk thru the park and they drove us back to the hotel. Good food and brilliant company. After returning ...
... morning to take us to Gordon's Gay Friendly Guest House. Couldn't resist asking the driver if he would take Josie for a tour of the Township tonight, luckily he had a sense of humour.
Fab food on the Waterfront at The City Grill, did the red bus tour - the Cape Town area has to be one of the most beautiful places in the world.