De Oude Caab Country House
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... said its a cool place. So he called some people and then we were going there for lunch on Sunday. He explained it as a patio bbq. Sunday morning we get up and get ready for our bbq. Antoinette had made plans with some girlfriends so wasn't coming with us for the day. Ben and Andre (one of his employees) arrived at Carl and Bonnie's just after noon when we hopped in the bus and headed out. The place we were going to is called Mzolis meat and is located in a shanty town. It's ...
... some last rays. We managed about an hour before deciding it was too hot and let's go to the gym instead. Feeling refreshed after a bit of exercise we got showered and returned to the waterfront. We had booked a place for dinner on the recommendation from someone back home. We arrived early so they placed us at the bar to wait for our table. This place was ace! Approx 150 wines on tap ...
So border crossing yesterday took a little longer than was expected. Stopped near fish river canyon, had a lovely walk around the edge of the canyon to be rewarded by a beautiful sunset. Today a long drive off to Sesriem to see sand dune 45 and the petrified ...
Our time in Cape Town has almost come to an end. Just 2 more sleeps and we will be onto the next part of our journey, but still a few more days to enjoy and mostly to have as much family time as we can. We are currently sitting in the lounge enjoying a glass of Pinotage from Groot Constantia winery, chatting with Dave and Louise, while Mikey has the big hephalump Lily sitting on his lap, waiting for Nikky and the children to arrive for a sleepover. Lily was so wary of Mikey when we ...
So today me and Matt and a girl we met at the hostel called Alex took the blue sightseeing tour of Cape Town. We went to a nice little market where I bough my first travelling type bracelet. Hippy Jess here I come! We then stopped off at the botanical gardens where the most thrilling section was the fragrance garden. We all went crazy in there and were sniffy mint, citronella and rosemary. Wild morning was had by all! We then made it to the vineyards. That was where the fun ...
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14 Langeberg Rd, Durbanville | 4 star hotelfrom $95
9 De Villiers Drive, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $157
29 High Street, Durbanville | Hotelfrom $83