Brenwin Guest House
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What a fantastic guesthouse! We slept in the best best ever, you never want to get out! But you also don't want to miss the delicious breakfast! The ladies were great and we got great advise and help from Pam and her husband (the owners).
We stayed here for 4 nights, sad to leave but we will come back in Capetown!
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The Hop on Hop Off bus system in Cape Town is excellent . There are 3 routes, yellow travels through downtown; red and blue travel around the peninsula. We bought tickets for 2 all day rides. The bus drives along and you listen to a commentary about what you are passing thru ear buds and you decide if you want to get off for a while to look around …
... House for 343,15 SAR ($28) a night.
... i.e. you don’t wear a lot of bling! And you don't walk around willy-nilly at night. Having said all this, I find Cape Town to be totally mesmerizing and intriguing. The people are quick to smile, laugh and even sing; The children like to touch your hand and say hello; the history and politics here are complex and sad, but the future is hopeful; the food is multi-cultural and delicious; and of course, the sites are stunning.
... was that there was no PA system at the international terminal. An officer was going around and telling individual groups that the plane will be delayed.
I slept on the plane for a good while. When we landed at London, the plane had not taken off. In fact, by the time we got past the security, we found that the plane was still boarding. We didnt waste anytime and all of us ...
... you're already friends when out walking around. Everyone seems to know each other, and everyone will wave back and smile if you wave at them. I'm really thankful that English is a commonly spoken language here because it makes it so much easier to communicate with people. It's not always a breeze because there are still cultural differences in phrasing and concepts but learning those things really make communicating ...