Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel
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... and the water in the ocean is a touch above freezing.
We spent a couple of hours up there , taking pictures and hiking around the top. We met an English couple who did the 3 hour hike to the summit.She was fine he was exhausted. We sat and had a cold drink with them.
Some trivia..Table Mountain is about the same height above sea level as Calgary. Parts of Cape Town are below sea level. In the 1800`s, what ...
... was to quickly flip the company to one with deeper pockets. They were able to sale the company within 125 days.
After lunch, we went out to meet managers in charge of Prasa. This was a meaningful discussion as they brought the 2010 FIFA world cup case study. These managers had done their homework as far as studying some of the public transportation systems in the developed world and were looking into innovative ways to modernize the ...
... to tell us their names and the older ones knew how to ask for money and sweets. They were so cute about the hand holding. They would fight a bit over who got to hold our hands. This one girl who was probably 5-6 years old was one of the first to come up to us and the first to grab a hold of my hand. She couldn’t speak English but she smiled up at me the whole time we walked together and she defended our grasped hands as if it was her most precious toy. ...
... Mountain along with the Twelve Apostle Mountain Range are a unique sight to behold especially being that close to a dense metropolis. It was 250 million years ago when this huge slab of shale, sandstone, and granite rose. I choose our Airbnb rental apartment for the Table Mountain view alone. The clouds roll over the mountain and then they roll out of sight back towards the ocean. It resembles a "tablecloth" ...
... for a while. I love penguins! They are so cute. Eventually we decided to skip the tip of the cape since we wanted to go back to the West side to watch the sunset. We picked up a bottle of wine with some plastic cups and raced to the other side so we wouldn't miss it. Irene pulled a sarong out of her purse for us to sit on the beach and voila - instant picnic (without the food). We sat there for hours even after the sunset to stare at the stars. Again, another perfect ...