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 …
... stilts, holding puppet heads and general merriment. Then we saw the camera boom. Apparently Sean Penn and Charlize Theron were filming The Full Face. We didn't see them.
We kept going and found the best burgers in Cape Town. No, not Burger King, the Royale Eatery. The burgers were delicious. I had a lamb burger with cumin caramelized onions and other yumminess. It was a great first meal. After a dubious start to the day the evening ended ...
... and then with Pinky, a slightly smaller male. They circled and circled for almost three hours (not all at once, although I did get to see two sharks nearby at the same time), which was just incredible. I still can't snorkel, for the record, but after a minute or so of sort of attempting to, I just gave up and went to holding my breath, which was good enough. It was incredible. Also of note - bring polarized sunglasses. I'm pretty sure mine are ...
... but although it was beautiful it was a bit of a letdown. We spent the rest of the day here anyways. We found a nice spot on “Leisure Island,” a skinny peninsula of wealthy homes and sandy beach in the bay, for a picnic lunch. We made chicken salad with the left over braaied chicken and ate it on the bread we bought from the farm shop. It was delicious. We braaied again that night at the backpackers’. This time we did a steak with ...
... and had a pair of binoculars mounted to the wall so you could have a nosey as to what was going on!
Our last day in Cape Town we spent in the water. We had read that you could go scuba diving with the seals so we just had to give it a go. The day didn’t start off too well as when our dive company were half hour late picking us up we phoned them and were told they had no record of our booking! Nevertheless they still came out and we were able to join on a couple of ...