Colosseum Luxury Hotel
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... botanical gardens, saw monkey and bird world and saw the entire coast line. In the evening we went out to try some proper African cuisine - Springbok, Crocodile and Ostrich meat were on the menu and so were some local beers. It was brilliant.
We are now settling in for the night as we have to be up at 7.30am for our ride to the Cape of Good Hope!
Will check in again ...
... very nice !
We drove past a cake shop which made one of the wedding cakes for Lady Diana and then on past the Parliamentary building. The streets all through this area were very pretty - tree lined and a lovely mix of old and new buildings.
We drove past the Jewish Museum which Saundra said she’d like to visit.
Part of the reason for driving around here was to locate our hotels so ...
... on South African rugby throughout the years of apartheid and culminating with the exchanging of the trophy between Nelson Mandela and Francois Pienaar in 1995 where the powerful exchange of words was had between the 2 great men. Mandela said 'Thanks for all you have done for South Africa and Pienaar replied, No, thanks for all you have done for South Africa'.
We left the museum, along with Emily having treated me to a South African rugby jersey ...
Feeling rough today, but the sun was beaming and it was another scorching hot day. We left our cases at the hotel and headed up table mountain, we didn't go all the way up as the queue was huge, all we wanted to do was enjoy the weather. The view from half way was still incredible nevertheless, our taxi man took us to the Victoria and Albert waterfront. A very touristy part with shops, attractions and restaurants by the ...
8am pickup by Adiel, and up Table Top Mt road, searching for
Steve and our picnic, in readiness to climb Platteklip gorge track to the
top. Hmm, lotsa rocks, pretty steep! Found
him and our guide Anally, a fit and friendly Xhosa man, and leaving Jane and
Steve to go up in the cablecar, and be in charge of the picnic, we set off with
Anally. It was very hot already, and the rocks made each step ...