Garden Court de Waal
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
TripAdvisor Reviews Garden Court de Waal Cape Town
Travel Blogs from Cape Town
... are wonderful. This time of year, you're lucky to get a sunny day, but as we like to say "We bring the sunshine."
On a glorious 65 F day, we took our first Hop On/ Hop Off bus tour ever and it included the trip to Table Mountain. Everyone told us how rare this type of day is in their winter. For years I've made fun of people who use the tourist buses. After all, aren't all buses "hop on/hop off?" We usually by mass transit passes. But ...
... soon time to change into bus clothes and board the bus back. Back to our current home sweet home where I have projects and papers to work on...yay! Who put the study in study abroad anyway? ;)
Check out the pictures to see some of things we saw and below are some videos from my paragliding adventure! They're pretty cool if I say so myself :)
... amazing thing to look at. I couldn't wait to get to my accommodation and head off to my first adventure.
I couldn't of been any more happier with the accommodation that I've booked for this trip. the facilities that the hotel have to offer are perfect for a school group. from the pool all the way to the water front view from the hotel rooms there is something for everyone. ...
So an early start to be taken the 2.5hrs drive to the reserve. Our driver Richard took us through the mountains where there were baboons everywhere and not much to keep you on the mountain road. A little scary but utterly beautiful. Arrived at the resort our luxury chalet was amazing, after lunch and a dip in the pool we headed out on our first three hour drive. The views were stunning and we saw lots of wild animals in their natural environments lions, springbok, elands, ...
... is dominated by cage diving companies and that’s exactly what we wanted from it too. We were given a nice breakfast and had chance to experience a gorgeous sunrise while we got some information about the day and signed the obligatory disclaimers to say we wouldn’t sue if we got eaten. Then it was time to cram about 25 of us onto a relatively small boat.
We cruised out of the harbour as the sun started to come out and headed about ...