Cape Town Ritz Hotel
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Throughout my stay at the Cape Town Ritz Hotel I enjoyed it, the facilities were amazing and couldn't of imagined a better place to stay. Highly recommended for a school group!
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My flight was amazing, so happy with the airline I chose. The staff on the plane were really nice and very approachable. The flight didn't seem that long due to the stopovers and being able to to walk around and stretch my legs was amazing.
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... one end. He would throw the rope into the water and slowly pull it back to the boat. It was like he was fishing for a Great White. It didn't take long before one showed up. The first Great White was around 10 feet long. Definitely the biggest shark I have ever seen. Our guide just toyed with him. He would throw the fish line out and you could see how the shark would stalk it. Right as the shark went in to get the fish the guide would yank the fish ...
... from her mother and hugged Rosamund's legs. My first thought was that she was begging but she just seemed happy to see us and, after a few moments, went happily back to her Mother and hugged her too. The gratuitous affection surprised us and we discussed it with our guide. I told him that we teach our kids to not trust strangers and he replied that affection from kids was normal there. He suspected that they came from Malawi. The guide advised ...
... the time we were halfway in, the fuel light was on and we were on empty and we started to worry that we wouldn’t make it out. This was a mountainous gravel road with no-one in sight! Conserving fuel when I could we coaxed the car out of the pass about an hour later, and we made it to Plettenburg bay with huge sighs of relief. Who knew Chevrolet Sparks had such massive reserve tanks! Plettenburg Bay is a picturesque little town surrounded by water, and we enjoyed fish ...
... from rock to rock on the edge!
We eventually got the cable car down. This was so disheartening as it took only 3 minutes!!! We got taxis back to the hostel and ended up meeting 2 American families who had just arrived. We spoke to them for 4 hours comparing countries! They found it hard to understand that gune were illegal in the UK and kept asking "But how do people defend themselves??!!"
Went to bed at Midnight to be up at 7am for the Baz Bus to take us ...