The Hout Bay Hideaway
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- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Room service
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
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... bailed out early with 'see you back at the car!'.
Back to the car, and we decided to take the coast road around False Bay en route to our next stop. Gorgeous coastal scenery on a scale with New Zealand (ie not enough adjectives to describe it) and no sea fret.
We stopped off at the Stony Point Penguin Colony on the advice of Lonely Planet Guide and I'm so glad we did. Penguins must be amongst the cutest animals in the world, and ...
... was left on the lees for 30 months before disgorgement in January.
Very pale pink with a light mousse. Strawberry nose and some yeasty notes. Sweet cherry and full on the palate with a slight bitter finish and length.
2. Steenberg Black Swan Sauvignon Blanc 2012 13.5%
“Swaaneweide” – The Feeding Place of Swans was the original name for the vineyard. In 1682, a homesick Catharina Ras, no ...
... large group of us hanging out the front of our house . It's weird but moments like that are sometimes the best. Vanessa found out she had an audition for Cape Town musical theatre university on Thursday so she spent all Tuesday singing musicals and making us listen to sings so we could choose which ones she should do for the audition. She sang a song from wicked I don't even know what it's called but it's the one about friendship and Change blah blah but when she sang it it ...
... resolvi andar pela cidade. Um dia lindo de muito sol e céu azul tornou um dia de inverno agradável.
Entrei numa igreja protestante lindíssima chamada St. George Cathedral. Bem, sou espírita, mas não tenho problema algum em estar em outros templos religiosos, respeito todos eles. Mesmo porque na verdade eu estava procurando um lugar que me sentisse acolhida e pra isso tanto faz a religião, Deus estava lá e meu deu um abraço bem quentinho, aqueceu meu coração e me deu ...
... was published in letters to the editor, and come from the Daily News, Durban, December 9th, 2013:
When Mandela was released from prison in 1990, many expected that a violent and bloody uprising of revolution and retribution would quickly follow. Here are the words of Mandla Nxumalo, a young student at the time, now a museum curator: We had our weapons ready, Most of us were prepared to die fighting. We expected a war and to my great surprise, he told us to ...