Trevoyan Guest House
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to the business of the past two weeks. Rod and Karen wandered off to the National Museum whilst the remainder of the crew joined a walking tour of Cape Town, with Mannie as our guide.
This guy was outstanding, well informed, enthusiastic and passionate about his country. In
torrential rain, we visited the Company Gardens, Parliament House and many other interesting sites ...
... tourists. It's Bourbon Street in the Southern Hemisphere, and it was something, sadly, that was on my African trip bucket list, wedged between Robben Island and wine tasting. I ended up on a pretty sweet rooftop bar, since the weather was scorching in Cape Town compared to Wilderness, which had been rainy and overcast. It was my French friend Celia's last evening in Cape Town before she headed off to the real Africa, and I wanted to be sure that she had ...
... adjoining table in the dining room a few nights earlier). Who says cruising doesn't make you nervous.
Anyway we made it on time (10 am) to our rendezvous point but unfortunately Faiza could not find us and eventually at about half past one we decided, frustrated and disappointed, to return to the ship.
Just before we finally gave up we went into the very splendid V&A Waterfront shopping centre where amongst other things we found a 'Woolworths’. ...
... in the Lonely Planet guide. It was as good as advertised, then I walked all the way back to Skeleton Beach Backpackers. I stayed at my unit for about three hours, then repeated the process. I made the long walk to town, and went to Desert Sky Backpackers. This is where Mitch and Sue from my Sossusvlei Safari were scheduled to arrive. I made it there, just to miss Mitch and Sue who checked in earlier, but I ran into Flo but random fluke. Flo and I had chummed ...
... get my ass down a long the Garden route which stretches a long the Southern coast. Contrary to the title of this route, this area of SA is not the equivalent of a horticulturalist wet dream and does not contain an abundance of colorful well manicured designer gardens. How ever it does have huge rolling mountains, lots of green fields which really reminded me of home and beautiful little towns dotted a long miles and miles of paradise like beaches. There isn't ...