Spanish Farm Guest Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSpanish Farm Guest Lodge Somerset West
fantastisch en prachtig hier in ons eigen huis!
een mega mooi uitzicht en een super mooi modern huis met zwembad, buitendouche's, buitentoilet en tuin. Een keuken die van alle gemakken is voorzien en fantastische bedden.
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... the same flight but in 1st lol. Staying in the lovely Pepper Spa and Hotel for 3 nights and have our own private view of table mountain from our balcony. Did the tourist thing and got on a open top bus for an afternoons sight seeing and it was amazing.... Just had 4 cocktails in our hotel and only cost GBP7, ...
... We arrived back around 5pm, and decided to go guts up for a while. We then packed and reorganised our bags ready for the start of our adventure tomorrow. Dinner down by the wharf. It's 9pm and the place is pumping. SA sure is the rainbow nation. All nationalities, cultures, religions eating out and enjoying the beautiful summer evening. We really love Cape Town and are under no illusions to the fact that we'll be back again one day. We have to climb that mountain ...
... right at the end of it so we wouldn't be disturbed by drunk nobheads. We then purchased tickets for the big red tour bus which allowed us to get around the city and see all of the sites and jump off when we wanted to explore. We went to the district 6 museum which was harrowing but really interesting. It was a poor area in Cape Town and in the apartheid regime the ******* whities evicted the 60,000 residences and moved them to the Cape flats. ...
... Fish Market which was located inside the mall at the V&A Waterfront. For starters I had Seafood Soup and for my entree I had Calamari Strips (fried). I found the soup to be interesting as it was served in something that resembles a mini cauldron. The cauldron was heavy yet functional since they held in the heat of the soup. (Picture included.) After lunch we all returned to the motorcoach where we did our own activity not included in our itinerary. For about an hour ...
... family area (which is cold and dark with bare concrete brick walls), one sink, and one bathroom. Then there are three or four other rooms with enough space for two twin beds and some storage space - one bed for each family, so two families per room. The elderly sleep in the beds, and the children sleep on mattresses in the common room. These rooms are government subsidized and cost R20 per month, however with a 50%2525 unemployment rate within the township, many families cannot ...