Carol of the Cape Winelands Lodge
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... from the mountain we had
decided to catch a taxi to a place in the centre of Cape Town known as Bo Kaap.
This place is simply well known for cobblestone streets and brightly coloured
houses. It is so colourful it actually gives you a burst of happiness looking
at them. Though a very small place it was definitely worth the look.
From here it was to the Aquarium, down on
... me and a Cape peninsula tour for next Saturday. After orientation we stayed in downtown Cape Town for awhile and walked to the V & A waterfront via a slightly odd route with bridges and a fallen fence. While I'm here I want to also go up Table Mountain, see the penguins at Boulders Beach in Simon's Town and go paragliding. With program every weekday that might prove a bit difficult but I want to make the most of my time ...
... putting us there at 6pm.
Dinner was own our own. Some went to Spar and bought cheese, bread etc while others stayed in the hotel and had light fare from the bar. Dinner for two with wine and beer was 24 rand which is what we had. Very reasonable. A full buffet was available in the restaurant for 250 rand pp as well as a la carte items up to 175 rand for a filet of beef which is about $17.50.
Drive from Cape Town into the flatlands and approaching the ...
... they were still a little out of it so they were being monitored. It was pretty awesome being right next to them. Then we drove over the hill and saw some rhino, zebra, springbok, and hippo. The hippos were hanging out in the water while the other animals were eating. The elephants started to walk over and join the other animals and apparently one of them wanted to play. He started to approach the mother and baby rhino and they weren't having it. The fight went on for a little bit and ...
... for us we weren’t walking next to these railings as the waves came but got occasionally wet as we weren’t fast enough to evade them! Refreshing though! Hehehe!
The walkway led us to the Green Point Lighthouse, a red and white candy-striped lighthouse that dates back to 1824. Unfortunately this striking landmark was closed when we arrived but that didn’t stop ...