Barry Hall Luxury Apartments
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... from Signal Hill in the north, to
Cape Point in the South and is also home to the world’s smallest, yet most
diverse floral kingdom, The Cape Floristic Region. Table Mountain National Park is a must-visit for anyone in
Cape Town, local or international. From open access hikes and beautiful forest
walks to pristine picnic and day-visit spots to ...
... will be eating at our next meal!
The supermarkets are like Giovanni's on steroids! Hard to choose. The wonderful experience about being in a small village is that everything has been here for such a long time and it's all so authentic, so unlike everyone all over the world trying to imitate traditional country French living. It's just not possible. So, along with the really ...
... sat up there for a while but I wish I could sit there for so much longer. It's so peaceful and you can't hear anything but the wind. That was definitely the highlight of my day.
Everything else is boring compared to that but next we went to Boulder's Beach. I got to see African penguins! for only $5! They were so cute and just waddling around. This was the second highlight of my day :) There was so many penguins on the beach just ...
... on some of the basic driving concepts like lanes, braking or indicating. I was glad I was sitting near the back but I felt sorry for the English Dad who was in the front and trying to politely encourage the driver to stay in his own lane!
We made it to Aquila Private Game Reserve in one piece and just in time for breakfast in the main lodge. After breakfast we were joined by a large group from Georgetown University and introduced ...
... happier future for this kids of tomorrow.
Our next venture out was to Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope. The two Simons and us hired a private driver for the day to take us out to the peninsula and out to the penguin colony. The drive out past Cork Bay and Simons Town reminded me Port Charmers Dunedin. On the way back driving along the coast line was like the Great Ocean Road Melbourne. I loved the little fishing villages with seals swimming around through the ...