City Lodge Hotel Pinelands
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... about and planted the odd kiss - so engaging.
Found some pictures we liked for the dining room (I think). I'm usually ok at bargaining, but this guy made mincemeat of me. Hope the pics look ok.
Walked back to the car past all kinds of areas we wished we had more time to explore. And we're just getting our bearings.
A couple of things planned for tomorrow before we go to the airport, but we need to come back!
... to the airport. I have to apologize for not realizing that Jena had gotten locked in the bathroom for 20 minutes. I'm glad it wasn't me, because she handled it quite gracefully. I would have been screaming at the people working there.
When we arrived at the airport, I had a chance to say goodbye to everyone, and we parted ways at security. It was a fun trip, and I would do it again in a heartbeat with these guys. ...
... our feet under and that helped us to stay under the water. Our guide would use the bait to lore the sharks as close to the cage as he could. It was pretty haunting actually to see the sharks in the water like that. The water was very murky and the visibility was not that great. You dive under and would not be able to see anything at first. All the sudden you would see this faint dark blob and then a second later you would see this huge beast coming ...
I had very high expectations of Cape Town even though I generally try hard not to have any expectations of anything. A few friends who had traveled or lived there loved it and knew I would too. It sounded amazing. I imagined a trendy city in a picturesque setting teeming with professionals by day and a lively bohemian atmosphere by night. I could almost picture myself living there. As goes with expectations, I was bummed I was not as impressed as I thought I would be as much ...
... and session in the sauna soon had my joints and muscles in near-to-working condition and I aded off for lunch to the Old Biscuit Mill in Observatory. This is a market/village offering hip and fashionable “shoplets”, arm stalls, and cafes. It is located in an old mill and is a fun spot to xplore and experience - people often go there for the experience rather than or shopping! The primary attraction is the Neighbourgoods Market which runs very Saturday 9am - 2pm. On ...