The Hout Bay Hideaway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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We drove around the Cape Peninsula and it is really unbelievably beautiful - the mountains towering over the ocean, all of the picturesque inlets, cute towns, and the animals. There are wild antelopes, ostriches and baboons – through we did not see any of the latter, which was ...
... you could wander around with a wine....Found Mojito jugs for $10 a pop, helllllooooo! Started sundowners early that day :) To balance out the cocktails consumed, we headed inland on the Easter Monday with Joey and Sian to Stellenbosch, the Barossa or Hunter Valley equivalent of South Africa. Stellenbosch is a beautiful regional city home to about 130 vineyards, lots of wine, Stellenbosch University, lots of good looking people and lots of good looking people drinking wine. Along ...
... spin around the center of the city we moved on to drive down the east coast of the cape.
We drove/visited Hout Bay, Chapman's Peak Drive, some coastal towns with lots of nice beaches, Cape Point, Constantia, the Ostrich farm, the place with lots of African penguins, through Table Mountain National Park, and the Kirstenbosch Gardens. We drove down the eastern coast on a narrow road, which was hilly and windy. The most amazing part of it all was seeing how ...
... the other side a huge swell came and completely took away our visibility. The instructor that was just a few metres in front of us had disappeared and we were now plunged into darkness as the water had aerated. I’m going to be honest and say that I completely freaked out! Together, Luke and I rose to the surface and got our breath back before the instructor joined us and waited patiently for us to calm down. I was happy to carry on diving as long as we didn’t ...
... was fairly independent. Since it was a nice day we wanted to take him outside for a stroll around the block. Taylor and I helped him to his wheel chair and we were off to the races. We took him to a nearby park and asked if he wanted to try and walk. With our help he was able to walk about 15 yards. When he sat down we tried to move his muscles some more and see if they would loosen up. He was smiling the entire time! I had a blast going out and walking with him. ...