Camps Bay Retreat
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We've arrived! Dave via Miami - Paris - Dubai and myself via Miami-London to land in Cape Town. What a lovely place to begin Round 2 of African exploration in our 1994 (or is it 1993?) Land Cruiser. Cape Town is a beautiful, cosmopolitan city with great eating, drinking & shopping options. And Dave will always love a …
... raging in some places and have continued to
close the Chapman’s Peak scenic drive.
Luckily these were some way off the Groot vineyards and unless the wind
was to change direction unlikely to affect their wines (others were less lucky
as you may read in other entries).
We left Groot behind with three bottles - their finest Method Cape Classique (the
Cape’s name for wines made in the Champagne style), their ...
... ascent - very steep ride up the cliff face but amazing view back over Cape Town - the view also gave great perspective to Robben island where we had been yesterday. We wandered along the top for about half and hour and then began the climb down. It was very steep in places and tough on the knees - think it has brought forward my need for a knee replacement by about 5 years. It was stinking hot and we ...
... for tourism. It was crazy to see where two oceans come together (Indian and Atlantic). We also visited another nearby point, the Cape of Good Hope. On the way back home we stopped by an ostrich farm for some coffee, and to have our hands pecked at by impressively strong beaks. After a 30 cent McDonalds ice cream and a beautiful sunset in a schnazzy neighborhood, we went to a crazy indoor market that is only on Fridays. It takes place in an old warehouse by the ...
... We booked onto a tour and wine tasting then realised the rest of the tour consisted of approx. 100 Japanese with their cameras at the ready. Maybe not.... So we straight for the wine tasting! That was awesome. Us 3 and a very posh lady serving us spend 2 hours drinking 6 125ml glasses of wine. Very tasty and a bit drunk. On the way back we stopped and had cocktails which were £2.50 each for a huge cocktail in a bar. I'm getting ready for Robben island tomorrow. Should be ...