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... a Rutherfords and finally in 1998 was restored as a hotel with a combination of modern and period décor. Charming.
Victoria and Alfred Waterfront - named for Queen Victoria and her son Prince Alfred.
This is now a tourist area much like The Forks in Winnipeg with shopping, bars, restaurants, a working harbour and large ferris wheel. Originally it was a stopover place for ships sailing to eastern Africa, India and the Far East. Of course we had a ...
... to me in the front of his cookery book that I bought. There are some fine looking dishes in it that need to be cooked and, according to Peter, should get me laid!
Now that was a great way to round off the trip.
The following day was my last in South Africa. Somehow, despite the significant food and wine feast from the previous night, I did manage to get out for a final run along the waterfront. We spent the day visiting Robben Island. A ...
Monday morning was time to head into Capetown and find out what this place really had to offer. We found that it wasn't as easy as we thought, after fighting heavy traffic trying to get into the city we made our way towards the beach and managed to find a little cafe across the road from a beautiful beach. It was perfect weather for a beach day and I had made sure (as was suggested by Yvette) that I pack for all seasons and for all possible activities so I had bought ...
... So Disney quickly came up with an alternative and according to our guide, we have the better trip! Lots of local dishes, curried fish and chicken, S.A. mince pies..more food than anyone could consume. Excellent!
Afternoon was off to a winery...Spier estate...to taste some of their wine. S.A. is known to have some of the best wines in the world and we tasted some pretty nice ones today. Left with a bottle of ...
... doing a summer program here in sculpture and art history, and then me and two other guys just traveling solo. I guess there's a good hostel in Simon's Town where the guys were staying.
There were four 'guides' on the boat, all of whom were super knowledgeable and helpful. They drive you out to a place called Seal Island in the middle of False Bay (in the Indian Ocean!) where about 60,000 seals make their home. The seals are just everywhere, and ...