Harbour Bridge Hotel & Suites
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... was rapidly improving and Table Mountain was starting to be able to be seen, we had a 20 minute break along the route at another area of beach.
Dropped my chain as went to go down the gears to go up a short steepish incline over some water at one point but soon back on. Justus managed to get a puncture along the way - swapped bikes with Adrian who was sweep at the back, and then Adrian fixed the puncture and caught us back up - we'd stopped ...
... I haven't been having too much happen in the way of w/d's.
I liked being next to the coast, being able to smell the ocean to have it fill you, its a deeply calming; almost spiritual experience.
I just spent the time in the van by myself, I got the feeling my "fun facts" were getting annoying. It's like I'm the Debbie Downer from SNL sans the comedic timing.
Ah well, tomorrow is another day.
... hours for him to show up. In the end they managed to see their beloved Madiba whose speech encouraged them even more.
There are two interesting sights close to the City Hall - Castle of Good Hope and District Six Museum. Due to lack of time we didnīt visit any of them.
The Castle of Good Hope was built between 1666 and 1679 by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a maritime replenishment station. It is the oldest surviving colonial building in South ...
... an hour and eventually, having had hardly any sleep, arrived in Cape Town. We approached the runway from the west coast and had a beautiful welcome looking onto a picture perfect Table Mountain.
Once off the plane and through passport control we collected our suitcases and headed to our welcoming group of family and friends. What a great way to end our trip. At home, as we entered the house, we had a table laden with South African products, wine, biltong, droe ...
... a nap and get ready for the night - while the others said they were going for coffee. Come to find out when I woke up they went for the other kind of "coffee" so therefore I obviously decided to join them. Later on we all ended up at one of the local bars - Champs and played a game called cricket on the dart board. It was a great night where we were all together in a relaxed environment enjoying ourselves. We also had a chance to reflect on our experiences and share ...