Blouberg Manor Boutique Hotell
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... the big mountains in Cape Town. It was just so gorgeous. When we got there Vanessa just took us straight to the restuRant she had gone to last time she had been here. It looked nice and we were starving so we just went in and got a table. When we started reading the menu we realised we were at an expensive Japanese restaurant.... Not the food we planned to shout for Brazio. We'd literally been told by one of our friends Winnie who works for DTR that sushi is ...
... Cape Town. We jumped off at the V&A waterfront and tried to but tickets for the football which unfortunately has changed days and we can't now go, really gutted about this as I would have loved to have taken Jess to her first game. Then came a massive blow up between myself and Martyn and it really upset Jess, he had been in a funny mood all day and you could see he was ticking, I don't really know why he wanted to come out ...
... from a braai the evening before but ready as I'd ever be. We took the drive to the base of the mountain and parked up at our chosen hike route - Platteklip Gorge.
800 double steps over 2.1km
760 metre climb
When you look up at Table Mountain it does look as though the hike will be all uphill and unfortunately, it is. You start on a hill, you carry on uphill, you climb up huge steps and steep hills, and you end on a steep hill ...
... Table Mountain National Park. It really is the worlds most beautiful marathon and we were flying up Champans Peak which is 4 kms of climbing passing everyone in our stride. To look back around the blind corners and see thousands of people in front and behind as well as the most beautiful water we both had ever seen was inspiring. We hit the top to the sounds of African drums and a big band to start the long descent into Hout Bay. It was about this time that ...
Got up and said goodbye to the people going out on the wine tour (so weird to think I'll probably never see them again), had some breakfast and then said a slightly more emotional goodbye to Kash, Dom and Vicki, then left ourselves and said bye to Ruth. On to our next hostel where we decided what to do for the next few days, bought some shopping and then went for a walk along the waterfront, which is really nice with lots of shops and ...