Courtyard Hotel Cape Town
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... tried to book for a couple of recommended restaurants only to be told there are no tables until 1st March!! The beaches are equally busy but I am so happy to see how everyone is getting on so well together; everywhere you look there are blacks and whites picnic-ing together and generally having fun. What a change from when I was last here! They are a happy people here in Cape Town and everyone is so friendly.
In the evening ...
... and areas need year-round protected status. Along the way we will also learn about all different types of sharks and how diverse they are.
As I arrived there was about 10 other people there as well, and the scientists gave us a brief of what we would do that day. We jumped straight into it after that, we would catch the sharks (safely) while on boats and ...
... hotel ( Mount Nelson Hotel) to check out a jewellery show. Amazing diamonds and vintage watches, all very high class. A leisurely drive through the CBD then off to Waterfront for dinner and home for an early night. So we are a week into this trip and starting to get into the rhythm of travelling. Washing in tiny sinks, walking miles and trying all sorts of adventures. We are loving reading everyone's comments on our blog thanks heaps. Tomorrow is Robben Island and then into wine ...
... he instructed us to do our cheese tasting, so Jane and I went off in the direction of some impressive wooden platters set out with various cheeses cut ready to eat. I had eaten the first two on my platter, and Jane had taken a decent bite from 3 of hers, waiting on Tony to share, when Brian appeared, smiling politely and led us to a different cheese tasting area, where a guide awaited us. We were actually eating platters ...
... a perfect day! We then began the marathon of wine tasting. We hopped from one wine farm to another, all so pretty and very civilised. By 4pm we decided to take a break from tasting and get a bottle, great call, although one bottle soon became 2. We headed back to Mel's for another glass or two then joined Mel and Lucy's dad at his house for an evening of more wine and great company!
Yesterday we were ...