Grande Roche Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... but way way better), choppies (pork chops) and boerewors (a big curly sausage) as well as my favourite biltong appetisers and lots of yummy salads. It definitely didn't disappoint! The next morning Elana and her friend took me to see Cape Agulhas, the southernmost point in Africa. It was a beautiful drive and we stopped off at lots of nice places on the way home like traditional farmstalls and the Houw Hoek Inn, the oldest hotel in South Africa. Another lovely weekend!
... until after lunchtime. I got up, had a pub meal for lunch and prepared a bit more for the exec meeting coming up Tuesday. It was a pretty slow day, but I was happy to barely move from my room for once - this was one of the first times this had happened.
Monday we planned to go to Cape Town where Lize-Mari and Rian were going to go to the aquarium to go swimming with the fishes (terrible pun), sharks and stingrays...pretty cool stuff. Cape Town is nicknamed the rainbow city ...
... one then back to see our best mate Kenneth in the Pennant bar. This has nothing to do with the drinks he gives us. He's a nice guy, he has a friend in Lisbon who has an Indian restaurant so we've told him we'll meet him in town when we get there and treat him to lunch :-) They are starting the immigration process tomorrow at 6:30! Not with us they won't, as in Mauritius, I'll go when I'm ready ...
... had a great sense of humor! She had this cute Disney princess blanket and she kept calling herself a Golden Girl. The other patients honestly weren't as interesting. One of them had been hit by a car twice in the same day and suffered brain damage along with being paralyzed on the left side of her body. The other two: one just had mild arthritis and the other was a stroke patient that was doing pretty well. I know the rest of our ...
... be here. It appears barren with low foliage creeping along the eternally windswept plains. But apparently, it's extremely fertile, rare plants blah blah, floral kingdom blah blah. You can find that out elsewhere. My little tour group included a bike ride along the cape and I sizzled along spotting a striped mouse and some kind of antelope in the distance. Upon arrival at the visitor's centre for lunch, Marie (fellow traveller) and I came face to face ...