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... long as my feet and almost as wide and the kingclip was massive and was carved to order. The food was fantastic and we all agreed it was one of, if not the best fish restaurant we had ever eaten at.
A few more drinks later and it was time to head home, tomorrow we plan on heading to Constantia wine region for wine tasting in the morning and follow this up with High tea at the Mount Nelson hotel.
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Sam, Emily, JT and Catherine xx
... in our overland truck... Next we drove South to Spitzkoppe, Namibia's Matterhorn. Great afternoon climb up a mini Ayres Rock to watch the sunset. A very Australian looking landscape.... fabulous campsite. Then into the Namib Desert..... Extremely harsh country of sand & gravel that runs straight to the ocean's edge. At Cape Cross we visited a seal colony & the point where the ...
... a sandwich in the small arena and watched them play.
The most memorable trip we took in Cape Town was a township tour. At the Castle of Good Hope we popped into the tourist information centre there to get some ideas of where to go to next. Here, we met Sonwabile, a black South African from a township called Langa. He suggested a township tour, which we dismissed straight away as we were not ...
... sweating and admiring the views of Table View area. At the hostel nice warm welcome and nice long shower. Staying in a bit overcrowded 10 people dorm, everything is everywhere, and literally everywhere! Went to the beach for the afternoon walk, grabbed a really nice quesilladas con legumbres in a Hawaiian bar, overlooking at Table Mountain, grabbed a pint of a local lager all for about ...
... at the University and kindly offered to be my personal guide through the neighborhood and the University, proudly introducing me to his friends and telling me about the open mic night he was hosting at Cape Towns best cafe called Truth Coffee. I was profusely thanking him constantly, which I think he was taken aback by, because I guess I couldn't really digest the ease with which we were wandering down the street and also how much he was showing me of the ...