Garden Court Nelson Mandela Boulevard
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... realised how different Cape Town is to any other
city in the world, the people, cultures and buildings are all different and
unique. Tonight I went out the V & A waterfront where there are an abundance
of restaurants. The service was excellent and the food was delicious and
reasonably priced. I took a short stroll back to my hotel ready for my last day
of activities. ...
As you all know, I live to eat. Being in France reminds one of how we should eat, simply and naturally.i am loving the morning walk in the village to buy the best baguette, croissant and pastries. Harry, the most adorable 2 year old loves the chocolate omelette, actually a pain au chocolate! We are having lazy days wandering around the village and the most serious discussion at any time is ...
... wine (and why wouldn't you) which was duly consumed.
Unfortunately for the group, lunch had taken its toll both on the 12 of us and on our schedule, with our last 5 tastings completed within about 15 minutes before rushing to our last vineyard for the day (or so we thought). Fortunately Hidden valley was still open when we arrived and we were duly ushered to our outdoor table.
Now at this point I should mention that it was a good thing ...
... conditions. But in that case I should walk around naked which wouldn't be so useful haha! And also did diving with great white sharks today!!! It was amazing and very cold in the water! Stupid sea sickness afterwards, but it was the most breathtaking things I had done in my life so far. The moment they open their jaws and catches fish! When they fight for it. Did you know that sharks can feel heartbeats ??? And they swim towards ...
... the Cape, hiking the lighthouse trail. We then hiked to the tip of the Cape of Good Hope and down to a tiny beach with thundering surf and white sand - and unfortunately there a wave got my shoes and carried them out to sea! The good news is we caught Alison's purse in time! We could easily spent another few days hiking the trails, but tomorrow we are off to Hermanus to do some serious whale ...