Le Quartier Francais
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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Na een korte vertraging vanuit A'dam vertrokken we rond 23.00 uur Nederlandse tijd uit Londen op weg naar het zonnige Zuid-Afrika. Vliegtijd was 11 uur. Best wel een zit, maar met de nodige hulpmiddelen variërend van een iPad tot een Tamazepammetjûh zeker wel te doen. Het vliegtuig was helemaal vol en het aantal huilende peuters was op 1 …
... transportation for Belgians. We spoke at length with a 1962 Fiat owner - the only one of its kind in London, S. Africa. It was immaculate. Also there were a couple of Rovers. We ate lunch at the restaurant - Springbok loin - yummy and lovely art here! Then it was back to Franschhoek Motor Museum - well done with lots of Alfas and Ferraris. Though we were tired by then, we had missed the Cap Classique recommendation - ...
... couldn't bear it any longer and happened to find a surf shop near the restaurant we had lunch, I bought the cheapest dress and instantly felt like I was at the beach! We jumped in the car with the windows down and went exploring, we found some beautiful spots and drove Chapman's Peak which looks like a road out of James Bond. James was in his element and you could see it all over the big smile on his face. Today felt special, one I won't forget, it was ...
... back in Australia at about 8pm AEST on the 22nd April, but that was Pito finally crashing down. Turns out he does get tired, it's just that it takes packing up and leaving your lives in Australia, flying half way around the world, doing an Ironman event, drinking, eating and staying up late for 2 weeks along the Garden Route, doing an ultra-marathon, drinking some more, than walking up a hill to a lighthouse to finally make him tired. Poor thing, his ...
... F.Y.I) and then the other four went to another township and even though its were I went I can't remember what the township was called. Anyway, I kind of got stuck doing not so fun things for the majority of it. I got stuck doing screening with two 1st year medical students that had no idea how to do anything. The screening involved taking BP, pulse, respirations, temperature, some of the medical history, and what they were there for. Luckily, I was taught last week during ...