Topsy Turvy Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... people who we're making the climb up - some of whom I think we will be climbing today! It took us about 2 hours to get back down. Overall I was pleased we choose to walk down rather than up. After the climb we headed back to the waterfront for lunch and few light refreshments before catching a cab to the airport to head back up to Jo'berg. We couldn't get the kids into the lounge at the airport so we ...
... We had one more meal down at the waterfront. It was a rainy last day in Cape Town. After our lunch, we were dropped off at an absurdly early time at the airport (4:00 for an 8:00 PM flight). There were mechanical issues with the plane, so we ended up spending about five hours in the Cape Town airport that evening as we waited to board our flight. ...
... with notes of bananas and tropical fruit, but has been criticized for sometimes smelling of acetone. Pinotage is often blended, and also made into fortified wine and even red sparkling wine.
For table grapes the vines are supported, lying straight so they are exposed to the sun which makes the grapes sweeter. We travelled through the town of Paarl which is one of the longest towns in the world, being 12km in length. The Dutch named the town for the ...
... park next to St. George's Cathedral. There was a free exhibit going on in the crypt of the church, commemorating the 1989 Cape Town Peace March, when 30,000 people gathered right where we were standing. The government didn't appreciate the march, particularly during this apartheid era, and sprayed people with what was termed "purple rain," a purple dye which stained their bodies and clothes. Bill and I were interested to learn about purple rain, as our only ...
... Are you ready for it…….Mhondoro which meant "Lion" in the Shona language! I should tell you that the Shona language is derived from the biggest tribe in Zimbabwe. Anyway, it was a good thing that the name was written on the side of the vehicle’s doors because I never would have remembered it.