Cape Town Deco Lodge
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... 8217;s today – the V&A in the morning and afternoon tea at the Mount Nelson Hotel at 3.30pm, we wouldn’t get to use the HOHO much at all.
For a change of pace Greg … breakfast
We were directed to the breakfast room which was about 5 steps out into a lovely courtyard then up about 3 stairs. There were no other patrons when we arrived and the set up looked so soft and pretty – creamy white linen table cloths, ...
... to R1000 in most Cape Town schools, the difference must be met somehow.
I remember posting a while back that in the UK, teachers are often forced to feed children out of their own pockets, but that a similar level of love and care doesn't seem to occur here? Well, it does. The Principal regularly buys the older children toiletries, as many cannot afford them. Furthermore, at a recent soup sale (R5 for a cup of homemade soup), he bought several ...
... was hardly any space to even walk to the toilets, let alone eat our meat once it was cooked.
We finally got up to the butcher and ordered our meat (a big slab of beef, lamb ribs, and sausage) at 5pm. From the butcher I took the meat in a large metal bowl up to the crowded room of people at the braai. Someone grabbed my bowl and people’s hands passed it up over their heads until it reached the cooks. I was number 861 and the last number ...
... He stayed in our hostel to have a rest and I went to more detailed about shark cage diving. Surprisingly most of the tour operators were full booked till the 5th of January. Some of them offered us to do shark cage diving on the 1st of January, however, we didnīt consider it as an option since we wanted to have a great New Yearīs Eve party in Cape Town which would not probably allow us to get up at 5.00 in the morning. We were screwed again!
... under 5 could not visit that enclosure assuming they would be considered as a small delectable treat for the birds. After another seafood lunch on the waterfront we went back to Cape Town and did the hop on hop off open air bus tour of the inner city. The tour took us along the coast and at Mouts Bay there has been 27,000 boat and ship wrecks. The guide told us that in the winter it is one of the most ...