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... difficult time telling you the difference between Goya cooking wine and a vintage Cabernet Sauvignon if push really came to shove. Even after sampling a ton of different grape varietals with strong cheeses and tasty chocolates, I really just appreciated the fact that I was able to indulge in so much. It was also always fun watching the group transform from a nervous, quiet bunch into a boisterous, gregarious crew--I mean wine is a great social lubricant! ...
... Peak situated at the Western end of Table Mountain. Devil’s peak gets its name from a legendary smoking competition which took place between a Dutchman Van Honk and a man in a black cape and hat. After days of heavy smoking van Honk won and the man in the cape revealed himself to be the Devil. The peak to the right of Table Mountain is Lion Rock and the next on going east Signal Hill.
We also passed Cape Town University and the hospital where Faiza had ...
... ve been told by everyone that all we do
is talk about food. This is probably why this list comes first, even before
experiences. We weren’t kidding when we said we were going to eat our way
through Europe – this way we brought just a little bit of Europe back with us
as a souvenir in the form of girth. So here are the:
Top 10 Meals
1. Avignon. We blew all our money. For the week. Worth it. So worth it.
2. Chez ...
... a mountain, swimming with sharks, and on an African safari. My phone being present for all of these occasions. You do not have to be surrounded by gangs or poverty to experience crime. It can happen anywhere at anytime. I learned my lesson and will not be using that pocket again. I am very grateful for the patience and support my group showed me during this. I'm still hoping that my phone will randomly turn up somewhere! Lesson ...
... br> JHB Airport
Arrived at JHB airport with 2h to kill. Luckily my bagage was direct, so all I had to do is find the international section (after some coffee and galavanting that is :) ). Got to the international section, phoned Absa to make sure my secondary credit card is good to go (last minute organizings :) ) and bought an international converter plug from Cape Union (duty free). Must say, bought this awesome plug on which you can select your country, and then ...