Courtyard Hotel Cape Town
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... to you that they'll give you the best price and try and assure you they made it themselves, even though at the next stand the paintings on the canvas look pretty much the same! Work Ethic Here in Cape Town people have the work hard play hard mentality. Those working in the city get up at 5 but then come 4pm onwards you see people parking up and getting into their wetsuits for a surf. And can I just remind again... This is winter! The people I've met haven't taken their jobs home ...
... de la Toyota Ethios, sur le côté gauche de la route… La route, justement, est superbe: pas de trou !
Notre B&B est comme décrit. C'est bien, privé, propre, et en plus, il n'y a que nous jusqu'à la course. Je l'ai choisi du fait de sa proximité du départ de la course. Nous sommes dans un quartier résidentiel à environ 15/20 minutes en voiture du centre-ville. Après avoir posé nos valises, nous partons directement au centre commercial. Là-bas, ...
... at the Hout Bay Market. Oops.
... hands! Both our dinners were divine, the first night at Baisa, a fine seafood restaurant, 60 metres from the harbour, with Sharon's old friend Sue, & last night at Beluga in Granger Bay, with Angus & Jacquie & Sharon's son Brett & his girlfriend Kim. We have a few hours free up our so sleeves this morning before heading for Franshoek. Hope to get to the aquarium, & round the shops, or maybe the hop on hop off ...
... the older wiser ones seem to know that the reward isn’t worth the swim over. The whole process is regulated. Only a set amount of bait can be used, the chum can only be made of mashed up whole fish, no excessive blood can be let in the water and only certain sites can be used.
We were getting a bit impatient by the time it came to get on our wetsuits. There wasn’t a lot of room on the boat at all so it was interesting trying to find space ...
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