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Travel Blogs from Camps Bay
... this. The party started off slow but turned out to be a good night meeting some cool people. The next day we had a hostel day lazing around.
Today was Jen and Monty's final day before flying back to the UK. To send them off in style we headed to Camps Bay, a cosmopolitan coastal strip lined with loads of posh restaurants and bars. We enjoyed some cocktails in one of the bars looking out to sea and even sampled some oysters, as they were only 60p each! They ...
... and I've already managed to get into the spirit by getting a Springboks jersey and watching the World Cup from South Africa ain't too shabby either. It's amazing how quickly the days go by but I'm not surprised as you meet and chat with so many people as you walk along the front and before you know it you've missed dinner time. Long walks, log fires, great wine, delicious food, and fantastic company. No, I definitely don't mind being here in winter instead of working in the UK. Not at all...! ...
... major routes is 75mph, Secondary roads 60 mph and local roads 25 to 30.
When driving anywhere in South Africa, try to apply the following safety precautions:
• Always drive with your doors locked and windows wound up, especially when stopped at traffic lights.
• Don't ever stop to pick up hitchhikers, however innocent, lost or appealing they look.
• Do not leave anything valuable on show in your car when you leave it unattended, ...
... vegetation (this is one of the 7 world natural wonders).
It has been a very cold and wet start to spring but today it was a truly spectacular blue sky day and words can't describe the views from the Very windswept summit.
We ended the day with a delicious meal at a local restaurant, the best tastes ever!
What a breathtaking start to our adventure.
... had to put money in the meters to get electricity. Homes were made of plywood, corrugated sheet metal and anything else that they could get their hands on. Toilet facilities were usually communal. According to our guide, approximately 75% were Christian and the rest were Muslim. We peeked into a local school and a group of 6 year olds were dancing and obviously enjoying it. We walked down one side street and a little 2 to 3 year old black girl ...