The King's Place
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... but then he said 'but I'm going to Madagascar for 4 weeks, 2 weeks longer than you!' Well, fish and chips definitely doesn't beat that!
Oh no - latest update 7.40pm - flight delayed until Sunday 5.30am! So Air MAD-agascar putting them up in a hotel and has just given them food vouchers. Connor looking forward to shower and sleep - has been a long day for them all, poor things
... km north of Cape Point, in a natural bowl with the magnificent Table Mountain to the rear. It has the reputation as being the most laid-back city in the Southern Hemisphere with "Capetonians" adhering to Africa time, which is somewhat slower than most other major cities. This relaxed attitude is attributed to Table Mountain, known to be amongst the most spiritual places on earth.
... I was picturing my dad walking down with us and just imagining the slow, erosion of his bones as he descends down, each step issuing him with a further broken bone. He'd still finish it quicker than me, but there wouldn't be much left! Once at the bottom, we caught a taxi to the waterfront area to reward ourselves with some prawns and beer in the sun. Then back to the hotel for some relaxation and rest our aching bones. Tomorrow we have a flight to Mumbai so another travel ...
... all the proper things to do and the things not to do if you wanted to come out with all your limbs still attached. I think I heard all of it. The cage held 5 divers. As we were all piled in, within 5 minutes I had a 25 foot great white shark swimming in front of my face. ****. 2nd shark goes by. Double ****. Well actually at this time I fell in love with the water and no one could keep me above water for 1 minute. Our dive was about 30 ...
... and reminded me of my travels to Santorini, Greece. These little houses stand in strong contrast to neighbouring homes of the locals. We were able to purchase fresh crayfish "kreef" from a local waiting for business on the street. It's not exactly legal for him to sell so he hides his catch until he sees customers approach. We enjoyed a lovely dinner of kreef, mayonnaise and salad... A must do in this part of the ...