Cape Town Lodge
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Cape Town Lodge Hotel and Conference Centre has been a very comfortable stay for my husband and me. The location is fantastic and the room is lovely. Unfortunately, power isn't totally reliable nor is the WiFi.
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It's been close to one week that Doug and I have been in Cape Town, South Africa. Traveling from Australia to South Africa not only resulted in us suffering from jet lag, but also a bit of a culture shock. Crime is common here. And although I certainly find Cape Town to be much more tourist friendly than I did Johannesburg or Durban 6 years ago …
... than thrilled with the transportation arrangement that had been made.
When we got back to the harbor, it became painfully clear to us that we had skipped lunch in our rush to get from Table Mountain to Robben Island and since it would be our last meal in Cape Town, we decided to head back to the Dim Sum restaurant that we enjoyed so much for one last round of tasty treats. Luckily we were able to sit outside on the patio and enjoy some wonderful ...
the day was going on a guided tour to Robben Island. The tour left from the V
& A waterfront and the ferry ride was 40 minutes, luckily it was a calm day
or else it would have been a very uncomfortable trip over. When we arrived we
were assigned to a tour guide each, but the best thing was they were either in
mates or guards on Robben Island. Once ...
... hostel here in CT!
On Sunday, we had a slower day, making a leisurely trip towards Hermanus, where we wandered around and got some lunch. Then we headed back to Cape Town, stopping at Betty's Bay to see the penguins! They were adorable, and the coastline was breathtaking.
At around 5pm, we arrived back in Cape Town.
Sorry for the length of this once again! Enjoy the accompanying photos!
... Lonely Planet guides were not even a glint in the publisher's eye. ATMs, mobile phones or emails hadn't even been thought of. Budget travel was an alien concept and tackling The Dark Continent with no more than a backpack and an empty wallet was looked on as sheer madness.
Two years later with a fund of experiences but very little hard cash I joined the "Hippie Trail" and made my way overland from England through Turkey, Iran and ...