Fairways On The Bay
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Not because the performer was good, mind you.....but because he was so odd and it was so uncomfortable that he was like a train wreck you don't want to watch but can't stop.
After our leisurely lunch we headed back to the house to join the others, making a pit stop along the way to pick up some coffee. Once home, the entire group formulated a gameplan for the rest of the day, targeting a sunset viewing at Table Mountain and then an 8:30 ...
Chances are you've never heard of Fish River Canyon. I certainly hadn't. Yet it is, in fact, second in size only to the Grand Canyon. It was absolutely spectacular, and provided the perfect ending to our long list of landmarks.
Following Fish River Canyon, we travelled down to the Orange River, which was simply a stopover on the long journey south to Cape Town, although it is very beautiful and we stayed in a lovely campsite. Our final night was spent in Cederburg ...
... for the nest of his mate near where all the other penguins were nesting and to see them get cranky when he came too close to their nest. We arrived back in the city at 2pm and got them to drop us off at the District 6 Museum. This was a museum which has a large collection of reminisces and memorabilia from 'coloured’ people who used to live in this inner city mixed race area before the South African ...
... quality wine, made this vineyard tastings value for money.
If it wasn't for the spittoon, there would have been no way I could have driven. Needless to say that by the end both Janine and I were feeling very very relaxed and ready for a snooze
From here we drove back across to Hout Bay and onto a beach community called Llundudno, a beautiful sandy white beach with boulders either side. The original ...
... them form the water. December is not the best month to spot sharks in South Africa (low shark season). Besides that, the sharks were not extremely active that day.
We were in the first group that went to the cage. The water was incredibly cold (around 9 °C). Even if we had quite a good wet suit, 7 millimeters thick, we were freezing. We were just floating inside of the cage waiting for the respective order given by one of the crew members. When the shark was approaching ...