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... br> We drove through Muizenberg (named after Muys - Muys' Mountain), a seaside town with several claims to fame - the Battle of Muizenberg (which resulted in the first British colonisation of the Cape), Rhodes' holiday home where he died, the home of surfing. And freezing temperatures or not, the sea was full of surfers! I was cold just looking at them. George very kindly - and patiently - stopped for us to get some pics of the surfers and the colourful beach huts.
... and has a rich culinary history working and running some of the best restaurants in South Africa and around the world. Peter has also written books and judges the best restaurants in South Africa (the Eat Out awards) and is on the panel for San Pellegrino World's 50 Best Restaurant awards. Peter earned the moniker “Kitchen Cowboy” for his bold and brave style of fusion cooking and uses this as a brand for both a market stall in Cape Town and ...
Some people may ask why I like Cape Town so much - it is one of my two favorite cities in the world (the other being Sydney). The reasons are obvious to me - firstly to be close to the sea and Table Mountain is fantastic. Secondly close to or in the city there is so much to do - the V&A waterfront shopping and restaurants, the beaches at Camps Bay, Table View, Bloubergstrand and Big Bay. Of course, a trip to the Top of Table Mountain for fantastic views of the ...
... camera shops and the site seeing bus office. Before long I was heading up to Table Mountain, ready to explore the best that Cape Town had to offer. So here I am and the view is breathtaking! The rest of the day I ended up going to a restaurant in Camps Bay with a few other travellers and enjoying a lovely meal before turning in for the night. A lovely start to my stay in Cape ...
... the city and came across the Ghandi Square to commemorate the work of Mahatma Gandhi in SA. We then saw replicas of the giant stone grinders used in the mining industry.
Checked into the hotel at about 3:00. Took a quick shower and meet up at about 5:00 with the entire cohort. Visited the Mandela Plaza at Bistros. We had a nice long dinner and shared a lot of individual stories.