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Today we were up really early (7am) to have an early breakfast specially prepared by the hotel owners for us as we were leaving early. Jo and Tom at Le Grosveneur hotel have been fantastic and nothing has been too much trouble. They are really doing well to impress us too, each day fresh flowers are littered across our bathroom towels, in the morning for breakfast they serve their own home made granola, bread rolls and their own juices made from ginger, apple and ...
... of colours and the lights from the city reminded me of fairy lights glistening lightly in the distance, after a short walk back to the cable car and a quick trip down, I caught a taxi back to my hotel and went to bed for the night.
I highly recommend this experience and it gives travellers a break from strenuous activities and a chance to see the amazing view and the beauty of Cape Town and Table Mountain.
... but after bribing her with some biltong (what a waste!!) they are now best friends, and I think all the doggies now have him wrapped around their little finger (or paws in this case). Tonight we also have Gabby here, Nettie’s daschund, who has come to stay for a week while Nettie is away.
So to update on the last few days, there’s been lots of eating and drinking, and then a bit more eating and drinking, a walk or two thrown in there somewhere, and a ...
... that Cape Town has turned on.
Near Paarl we visited the impressive Mandela statue outside the Drakenstein correctional facility where he spent the last 14 months of his prison life, and insisted on walking out alone when he was finally released in Feb 1990.
Next we stopped at Franschhoek, a very trendy little wine village, where we walked the street up and down, past shops, churches, cafes, and soaked up ...
... On this particular excursion, five vineyards along with a solid lunch and provided transport was going to be necessary. That's a buttload of wine!
Despite my profound desire to become a distinguished wine connoisseur, I can even now only feign the appearance of knowing what I'm doing when it comes to sampling a wine. The sight, the scent, the swirl, the sip and the savor, well that I learned to do with ease and poise. However, I would probably ...