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... pointed out. The architecture here is a mix of Cape Dutch, Victorian and Georgian which makes the town so interesting and charming. Our drive continued to Franschhoek (Dutch for "French Corner"). The valley was originally settled in the 17th century by French Huguenot refugees. Our particular destination was "La Petite Ferme", a restaurant where the lunches are "legendary" with "a feast of culinary ...
... so far away that i couldnt get a photo but saw a few blow which was exciting. Next i ventured up Table Mountain which was just amazing, the view from the top was just spectacular there is a cafe and bar at the top of table mountain so i of course had another lovely South African wine while looking out at the amazing view i was lucky enough to get to be up there at sunset. All i can say about Cape Town is that it is just an amazing city and i wish i had another 2 weeks to ...
... Flower Market which is open year round, 24/7. Our tour guide mentioned that there is always a man who needs to apologize to his woman, thus the flower market stays open all day and everyday. We were finally able to exit the motor coach in the Bo-Kapp area - steep streets are lined with colorful traditional houses, painted in vibrant colors.This area is filled with colorful houses. The colors range from rich yellows, to greens, pinks, and purples. Majority of ...
... trying to work out where we had lost it.
After scratching our heads I was quoted as saying "I cannot for the life of me think where someone had a opportunity to steal the phone out of your handbag and if they have they deserve it". With Janine's world caving in we went back to Blues to check if we had left it there.
It would appear in the panic of not having the phone during our beers and the hasty retreat back to the car, Janine had in ...
... came on in the bar we were all a little tipsy and having fun watching the Kiwis and South Africans battle it out on the field and in the bar! We attempted to cook dinner back at the campsite on the fire with everyone helping, not just the designated cooking team, but I'm not sure anyone paid attention to how it tasted as the wine was flowing! It was a good night and although we didn’t have an early start the next morning we still awoke with sore heads and groaned when ...
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