Highlands Country House
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... chippy in Warrington but we went anyway and it was brilliant.
They had a full sushi bar inside which was serving fresh fish dishes on the belt but the biggest attraction was the huge freezer where we were instructed to go and pick our fish by weight, whatever fish we wanted and they would cook it perfectly and send it to the table with a mixture of herb,lemon and garlic butters, chilli and apricot jam, chips and vegetables. I'm not joking, the tiger prawns ...
... their singing & dancing.... great experience but one despairs for these fast disappearing tiny folk. Unforgettable. Then we moved on to Etosha NP where we had a feast of game viewing over 2 days... plenty of lions, gemsbok(ie oryx) , giraffe, zebra, black rhino, springbok etc.... Etosha is a huge Park surrounding a salt pan. We camped at each end as we worked our way across the ...
... The boats to Robben Island and other impressive looking yachts docked here and there were lots of restaurants with outside dining areas. It was also a good opportunity for Tom to get his monthly haircut. We came across a barber with a ‘British pub’ design and fitted right in. We really enjoyed the live music that was on during the day and evenings in the bars. There was a particularly good live band one afternoon and ...
... hop on-off bus tour, which give you a chance to get to all worth-viewing places in the city. I enjoyed the walk trough Company Gardens, a stop in Charlie's Bakery in District 6, walk along the shore in Camps Bay, unfortunately didn't get a chance to go up Table Mountain, as due to electricity failure, cable cars were not in service. As much as stunning Cape Town and it surroundings are, you won't find here much of African ...
... through the Italian Market in Philly, with tables of smiling, enthusiastic students sipping their espressos and discussing Foucault and Kesha, usually in that order.
I decided to wander into an anarchist book shop/espresso cafe/music space, which I think under African Union dictates, is physically only allowed to exist in Cape Town, and immediately started having a conversation with a student that attended UCT. Peter Would, was from Uganda, but was ...