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Geweldige guesthouse en fantastische service.
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... our first bit of South African wine which was delicious as well and made us even more excited for some of our upcoming plans. After dinner we took a cab back to the B&B and proceeded to crash with gusto after our long day of traveling.
The next morning after breakfast we hopped in the car and headed for the coast where we were determined to take in some of the beauty that the Cape Town area has to offer. On the way to the Cape of Good Hope and Cape ...
... was ignored. We were entertained by a whale breaching as we spread our lunch. However, as soon as food appeared - we were charged by a group of baboons intent on stealing our goodies. Our intrepid guide, David, fought them off with two umbrellas, Jan tripped and fell in a valiant attempt to rescue bread, the rest of us all grabbed food and screamed at the baboons, but they were not deterred ...
... mist.... some nice tucker and a couple of OK wines....and the Huguenot museum in F. Today I dropped Lee at the airport at 9.30 and then proceeded to the outskirts of Cape Town where I visited the Rhodes Memorial (on the slopes of Table Mtn) and then the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (fantastic despite the showery weather; spent 3 hours there. Great examples of flora from right across ...
Definitely one of the highlights of the trip we were most looking forward to was the visit to the island prison where Mandela was kept for 18 years, The day was again perfect so the hour long ferry ride gave us fantastic views of cape Town and the seas were also calm. We had a nice fancy breakfast near the ferry terminal and the prices here are really cheap. We were ...
Today, we experienced an all-day trip into the winelands! We went to three wineries, but I couldn't tell you what they were called… One was the Hidden Valley Winery! They hosted informative and educational wine tastings, which went over very well with our physically and emotionally exhausted class. The land was beautiful, and I found a particular taste for C******nay. I also was able to grab a few souvenirs at an African trading store, including Abbey’s (which I ...