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... before, needless to say I had never seen anyone eat as much clotted cream in one sitting as he did!! We all agreed it was the best afternoon tea we had ever had.
We headed back to the hotel to catch up on general admin which consisted of packing for tomorrow as we are heading to the Black Rhino Game reserve via Johannesberg for 4 nights, 2 days worth of blogging, online check in for tomorrows flight and uploading photos into ...
... I consider thebest view I've ever seen from a loo!
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
I've never been to botanical gardens which is shameful really considering that's one of the things we do well in England. Derek took me to Kirstenbosch to walk around the gardens there. I honestly wasn't expcting them to be so big and beautiful. What took my breath away was the mountain backdop that followed you around th whole of ...
... to stay in a penthouse suite of a hotel on the main street. We grabbed our cases, checked-in and were in awe over how stunning our suite was, huge lounge, tv, double bed, en-suite, kitchen and a balcony going all around the room. I got a taxi to a restaurant called Café Paradiso - http://www.cafeparadiso.co.za/ which was probably the best meal I had the whole journey. A perfect antipasti to start, followed by the tastiest steak, accompanied by lovely (and very cheap) local wine ...
Pouring with rain here, packing and sorting out the little things one needs to remember when away for a month!
We leave tomorrow, a million last things to do today,have been up since 5am!
A multitude of weathers ahead, let's hope for mild conditions with the sun warming us a little.
... on life support but Obama wanted to pay his respects to a man he considers to be an idle. Today Obama was in Cape Town and during the day, many different roads were shut down for his motorcade. First the highways were shut down for his speech at Cape Town University and then he went to Robben Island to visit the cell where Mandela spent 17 years.
It is interesting how much commotion the visit of the ...