Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard
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... Today (Tuesday) was time to head back into Capetown to hopefully tick off the two main things I've been hoping to do since before I even got to South Africa. We headed into Capetown and down to the beach front to find the beginning of 'Chapmans Peak' a stretch of road the winds around the side of the mountain, actually not just around it, almost through the side of it. The mountain has been dug out to add a road. On your right side is the ocean looking back at What ...
... a bit chilly when we were walking around Hout Bay and when we got to the hotel, but when we left it was raining.
The spa was lovely. It was extremely luxurious and only $50 for a ridiculous amount of service. My feet got exfoliated and they are now baby smooth, which, after the Camino, is saying something! I could write more about the spa, but my computer's almost out of batteries and I need to sleep soon, so I'll just ...
... was hardly any space to even walk to the toilets, let alone eat our meat once it was cooked.
We finally got up to the butcher and ordered our meat (a big slab of beef, lamb ribs, and sausage) at 5pm. From the butcher I took the meat in a large metal bowl up to the crowded room of people at the braai. Someone grabbed my bowl and people’s hands passed it up over their heads until it reached the cooks. I was number 861 and the last number ...
... known as pin cushion plants. Many people believe that the Cape is where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean meet however the Indian Ocean joins the Atlantic at Cape Agulhas National Park. (Just a little trivia. ) What really happens here is the cold current in the West Coast and the warm current on the East Coast and collide at the Cape (another piece of trivia ) the marine life is different between the 2 currents ...
... Africa restaurant its pretty well know here, we shared a massive steak and tried the game platter...Ostrich, Crocodile, Warthog, Kudu, Springbok and venison sausage - they were all super tasty, had a great wee band on after too - super day well n truly had.
Shark diving £80 per person
Private room at the hostel - £50 per night
Dinner including bottle of wine and 2 beers - £45 bargain