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TravelPod Member ReviewsCheck Inn Sea Point
We were lured into staying at this hotel when they did not let us know that ther were doing major renovations.
In addition, the rooms were on the FOURTH floor and with Anesh's old folks the stairs were an issue.
This is the last time.
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... the hill, we saw an old social housing development which is primarily now privately owned by former tenants. Those who were renting social housing for 30 years ended up owning their apartment.
Just nearby is an area which tends to be referred to as the Malay houses. Pretty much all the houses are brightly coloured – the roads here and in some other streets cobbled.
We walked around here for a while and ...
... the evening in a lovely restaurant / pub called quay four. Do have the seafood combo (it was fish finger licking good). The bar also had an awesome band in there , so a cheap , fun night out!! 21st march - Cape Town Today was my last full day in Cape Town :-( very sad times, but I will be back !! So after being recommended from fellow travellers I decided to check out the Saturday market called the old biscuit mill!! It is amazing! Make sure you ...
... the paper work for Calvin, Brazio's son and he was meant to fly in Sunday night but we got a call and there was a problem with his passport so once again he couldn't come. It was actually heart breaking because Brazio was crying and Oliver was crying. Brazio has shaved his head for finally seeing his son and was showing us all pictures of him. So that was very sad. And it became a very emotional night because of that let down. When we got back to our house some of the ...
... these turned out to be rockslide tunnels, which we found quite interesting. After the short drive through the countryside we arrived at the park gates. We entered the park which greeted us with rolling hills, short shrub brush, and ocean side cliffs. The first stop was Cape Point, a lighthouse overlooking the transition of the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean. The lighthouse was neat and had a little walk along a ridge to an overlook just past the lighthouse, ...
... rest of the penguins, in a bush! Very random, but cute and probably the most-photographed penguin of the lot!
Our next stop was Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve where we had a very scenic cycle ride through the baron grasslands of the national park. This helped me confirm just how unfit I am as I could barely cycle up a small hill before wanting to stop due to being out of breath and my knees hurting; oh dear! But we were cycling for a reason; lunch! It ...