Hout Bay View
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... planned our trip here) was closed due to high winds, but neither of us had realised it was on the way to our next stop. Had to turn around and drive another hour to get there. And we drove through the areas that had been burnt out a couple of weeks ago. The bushland has to burn occasionally to regenerate, but this had got very out of hand. You can still smell it in the air.
And bit of a shock when we arrived. The hotel we had thought was quite ...
... than to any land on Earth
_ not sure if I told you this, we met a young couple on the boat on the way to Robben Island . He is a lawyer she is a Doctor, they are on their honeymoon and have been for 3 month. They are returning to Calgary in May.
We hope you are all well
We are having a ball
Great food, lots of new fish to try, Kingflip, Hake and Yellowtail
... the lady sitting across from him. Now I did not know until tonight but apparently Sean Penn is dating (and possibly engaged to) one Charlize Theron. I have to say, she is as stunningly beautiful in real life is she is in any movie you have seen her in.
Tomorrow we join up with the tour group around 7:30 and hopefully, weather permitting, make it to the top of Table Mountain.
More to come. BTW...did I mention the pork belly?
... led the way on the most independent natured of the five horses. We couldn't do the usual route into the wildlife viewing area, because the lions we'd seen last night were still close to the gate. Apparently, they don't often come right up to this end of the park. We trotted sedately around the outside of the perimeter elephant fence, and then cut through some bush on the return. Didn't see any animals except a bushbuck and a kudu, but it was a pleasant couple of hours. I was ...
... through Cape Town and then went into a very wealthy neighborhood, which was also quite a juxtaposition to the shantys. The road that we took ran along the coast line and gave me ample opportunity to photograph the Atlantic Ocean and rocky shore. The road then lead to another suburb of Cape Town, where the group stopped to exchange our money for South African rands, which are BEAUTIFUL. We stopped many other places along the drive for photo ops which was along the coast ...