Colosseum Luxury Hotel
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Even though after tasting quite an amount of different ways I can proudly say: I still have no idea about wines other than drinking it! Sticking with beer!
Going from one topic to the other with a slight link. One hike which was still planned and on the bucket list was Devil’s Peak. (more challenging than waking up after a long night Long street though). This was suppose to be the most challenging one compared to Lion’s ...
... true reconciliation is and spoke about the solidarity and brotherhood he witnessed in those cells and
Today was a true adventure day. We began with the idea that we'd go to the summit of Lion's Head mountain, one of the easier mountains in the area, but it was extremely cloudy. All four of us in my group started up the mountain, but a couple backed down when it got pretty narrow, it definitely was not for those who are scared of heights! ...
... the Cape of Good Hope National Park we saw ostriches, antelopes and a small group of bontebok, the last of which was quite a rare sight according to our guide. Some of us climbed up to the lighthouse at the Cape and from there were lucky enough to spot four humpback whales. September is the tail end of the whale watching season apparently and so there was no guarantee that there would still be any about.
After a welcome break for ...
My first sleep was over and it was finally time for adventure! I woke up and got dressed to climb Table Mountain. I had breakfast at The Lady Hamilton and departed from my accommodation at 8:30am to get there before 9:00am. The drive is only 5.3 kilometres and it takes around 11 minutes in your own car but I caught a shuttle bus to Table Mountain which took ...
... two kids) at the Church but everyone else was white. I will say this about South Africa - Apartheid might have ended, and no one is 'forbidden' in certain areas or from doing particular jobs or actions, but the country is still deeply, deeply segregated. Most of the places that my friend and I go are basically all white. The restaurants, the grocery stores, even Table Mountain, are mostly white. There are black people there but ...