Camps Bay Retreat
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... 8am but there were
already a number of other joggers and dog walkers out on the route so I was not
too bothered about safety. I headed
round the front by the sea but the track was akin to a Lake District track, a
little stony and uneven which made jogging in sweat stained sun glasses a
little inelegant to say the least! Still
I kept my footing if not my pace. This
was all going well until I realised that the loop was much lower down ...
... the vineyards in the area. The wine list had more pages than the means leader! We sampled a couple! After a mix-up with our booking we finally got our table outside. We ordered our steaks, Ryan, a 400g ribeye cooked medium, and me, a 250g fillet cooked medium rare. Delicious! Finished with one of the nicest creme brûlée I've ever had and a latte! Feeling full It was time for ...
Our last morning in Namibia would lead to out last border crossing of the trip, it ended up being the worst one (although Jess may argue that Malawi was worse!), we got delayed for hours due to a problem with Peterson's visa, and the worst thing of all is that Peterson got denied entry into South Africa meaning we wouldn't see him again. A few of us managed to chuck some money at him as a tip but many didn't. It was a ...
... It was great riding it, but I would love to take the time and effort to earn the views.
At the top, there was a lot of Dassies, these cute furry creatures. One is even less shy than the others and has lunch with us on the rocks. You are not supposed to feed wild animal, but this one could not really qualify as wild, with the kind of friendliness he was displaying.
After a few hours, ...
One disadvantage to the bright sunshine is that we didn't realize that our headlights were on in the car and so when we got back to our car the battery was dead! We are were parked about halfway up the mountain on a single lane winding road. Right as we thought we were screwed, we saw one of the many self-employed "parking attendants" come to our rescue! For a few Rand tip, these guys will help ...