Belmond Mount Nelson Hotel
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... about what we should be doing, but we had a questionnaire we could use and I felt comfortable enough to just try and just experience by myself how they worked. From my first step into Siyakhathala I’ve got a strange familiar feeling which I still can’t really explain. I know the area is unsafe therefore we are not allowed at any time to go there by ourselves. But somehow the sun and sandy streets, the little houses and shacks, the smell of the ...
... before it closed. Was it ever worth the jog! I never even found out what kind of monkeys they were in all the excitement. They were wonderful, the kids laughed and giggled and chased them. They climbed on everything and the first monkey that came to see us peed on my purse, yep monkey pee, for real! The kids thought this was the funniest thing they had seen in a long time and I'm sure it will be one of the highlights of the trip! They climbed all over the kids and ...
... side of the mountain over a longer distance. So it sort of looks like twelve mountains all next to each other and is very beautiful. There's a big hotel there that's very nice that we stopped in at and took pictures. It has a private helipad, and the lady in the gift store is apparently related to someone my friend and her friends work for, so she showed us all kinds of cool jewelry. Part of the reason we had gone with my ...
I started early this morning to catch this world famous cableway to the top of the iconic mountain. The view was breathtaking. Definitly a "not to be missed" attraction, here in Cape Town.
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway has something for everyone, which is why it’s attracted more than ...
... at our spot. We saw 11 different great white sharks and up to four of them at the same time. From the boat you could see the sharks very well. They would breach and bite at the bait beside the boat very often. From the boat you could see the sharks even better than in the cage because the visibility under water was only at one meter, but when in the cage you could see them up close and sometimes they would even knock into the cage. This one shark got ...