Arabella Hotel and Spa
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... starting with just two penguins. Now the colony has more than 3600 African (or Jackass) penguins.
A boardwalk along the coast made it possible for us to get quite close. Another first, in terms of experience! From all accounts, Stony Point is more rustic and less touristy. There was ************e else there, which was great as we virtually had the colony to ourselves as we watched totally captivated by them.
... building and office staff, the workers (permanent and seasonal) live on the farm and they have a school, daycare centre and aftercare for the children of the labourers all on site. I was to spend the next 2 weeks shadowing one of the farm managers, Yvonne, Andries' daughter. Yvonne manages one of the smaller farms Groenhange (I hope I've spelt that right!) which I believe means green slopes, an accurate description considering the steep hills ...
... parked up moreorless where we had turned around on our walk yesterday and completed the rest of the Cliff Path Walking trail. The path ended at Grotto Beach, where the rocky coast opened up into a large expanse of sand. We had just sat down to take in the rays, when my phone rang. It was the Shark Diving company confirming our trip tomorrow. When I enquired if the weather would be ok, she said it would be choppy tomorrow and Sunday would be much better. ...
... to do some more bargaining – since that is Megan's true calling in life – at Greenmarket square. The troops got some more souvenirs for friends and family back home such as African style bags, shirts, necklaces and bowls. After we emptied our pockets and spent all of our money, we walked a ways to the beautiful castle. Apparently, this castle was one of the first buildings built in the city of Cape Town. Unfortunately it was closed, but it was great to take a peak at ...
... is a very scenic 9km coastal drive named after the mountain – Chapman’s Peak which the road is cut into. We stopped at a few of the lookout points and had a great view of Hout Bay. There were lots of nets to catch any falling rocks. At the end of the drive we had a beautiful view of a coastal town with a wide sandy beach.
I continued to navigate Rach towards our next stop, the Cape of Good Hope. Rach was not impressed when we saw a ...