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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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... so unbelievably awesome. I was so scared to do it, but felt so empowered to just bit the bullet and decide to do it on a whim...something very unlike me!
After dinner, we went wine tasting at a local wine shop. The western cape is famous for their wines, especially their whites. They told us the big award winner coming out of the region right now are the Chenin Blancs. My favorites were the Posthouse Bluish Blackish red wine and the Posthouse Chenin Blanc. I ...
Some people may ask why I like Cape Town so much - it is one of my two favorite cities in the world (the other being Sydney). The reasons are obvious to me - firstly to be close to the sea and Table Mountain is fantastic. Secondly close to or in the city there is so much to do - the V&A waterfront shopping and restaurants, the beaches at Camps Bay, Table View, Bloubergstrand and Big Bay. Of course, a trip to the Top of Table Mountain for fantastic views of the ...
... the common areas -8:30am eat breakfast (cereal, toast with peanut butter, an apple or orange, and some terrible instant coffee with long life milk) -Sit in the living room and talk, read the paper, watch a show with the daycare, teaching and PT volunteers unto Karel comes to pick them up in the van, most the time late for program - 9am pack a towel and change of clothes and walk the 10 mins to the surf shop, careful to hide any valuables as you go - Sit at Slow Life coffee ...
... a first class, 50 minute long return train journey. Bargain!! True to word the town was lovely with lots of quirky shops, however, the fish and chips were not up to the Scottish standard and were a little disappointing! Ha a donder around and headed back to Cape Town. Back at Cape Town we walked around the new seafront shops and stopped for some refreshments (hot chocolate for myself and beer for the lads). We went to a sushi bar for dinner and it ...
... only one with a job and on a short vacation. Despite the fact that he talked about his job constantly, I discovered later that he was genuinely a nice guy who was full of life and ready for anything. I and the rest of us really grew to like him and appreciated his friendship, loyalty and energy. Sander met me at my hostel the next morning and he brought along his new friend Paddy from England who he met at his hostel. My first impression of Paddy was typical young ...