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... of Good Hope was called Cape of Storms for many years.
We passed through Simon Town (the naval base) and on to the penguins. At first I only saw a few then when we walked a little further we saw hundreds. It was molting season for them. A number of them were fighting. There were some with blood on their chests.
Then we went to Kirstenbosch Gardens. Since this was the end of their summer there wasn’t as many flowers in bloom. The King ...
... Glencairn, Simon's Town. Really nice room with sea view, ZAR650. Greta is fab; super smiley and lots of advice as to our next steps. Ate at the restaurant here, which was beautiful with the full moon shining over the sea. Aaaaw! Happy Valentines Day. Car returned today. No problems. Took a walk from there to the Waterfront and a lovely train ride back to Simon's Town early evening. All good. Distance: 496km (+32km to Avis Central CT) Cost of car hire: ...
... the kids hanging all over someone else for once! They were fascinated by the girls' hair and skin and Alison even said as soon as she stepped off the bus, some kids saw her necklace, headband, bracelet, and ring and asked where she got them. I told her that's why I always take off all my jewelry when we play with them. They want it all.
So we finally left after 15 minutes and went to pick up the rest of our group. The can was pretty quiet as always and when we ...
... smells, was the goat father, which I liked and almost purchased just because of the name. We then headed next door to the chocolate area. This time we tried 6 different wines paired with different chocolates from places like Madagascar. We got four chocolates and four wines - and then got to choose the last two wines. There was a lot of chocolate and we ended up not eating most of it and taking it home with us. They do also have a chocolate making factory, however we ...
... rain which ended our walk as we took cover in the café.
Our next stop was a bird and monkey sanctuary which was started by a single man back in the 70's. It now contains over 4000 birds and 400 monkeys, with more being dropped off every day. The sanctuary itself was pretty run down since they don't seem to have sufficient funding to keep it up. The animals all looked healthy though and all seemed to be well cared for. In the end, we couldn't decide if we should feel ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool